The Zelkova - is a deciduous tree in the Elm family that is native to Europe and Southeast Asia. It is susceptible to Dutch Elm disease but most often survives it, this is one of the main reason why it is considered to be a replacement for the Elm tree. With a vase shape and the ability to grow 90-100 feet tall with a 60-80 foot spread. It has a moderate growth rate and thrives best in full sun locations.
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