Cedar elm can thrive in almost any soil type, including the alkaline and heavy soils
common in Oklahoma. It is one of the more disease resistant native elms, producing
glossy green leaves in early spring that turn a muted yellow in the fall. Its form
can vary from upright-oval to broadly horizontal and it generally matures around 60'
tall. It can be distinguished from other elms by its rough-textured leaves, corky
projections on young stems, and flowers and fruit produced in the fall.
Exposure: Full sun
Soil: Tolerates a wide range of conditions
Hardiness: USDA Zone 6