Gard. Dict. no., edn 8, 5 (1768) APNI
Large spreading tree to 40 m tall; suckers present, often forming thickets. Leaves usually broadly ovate, 6–15 cm long; upper surface glossy green, smooth to scabrous, glabrescent; apex acuminate; base oblique, cuneate; margins double-serrate; veins 10–18; petiole 6–20 mm long; stipules linear or lanceolate, 5–10 mm long. Fruit a flat, orbicular samara, 10–20 mm wide, broadly winged. Flowers winter–spring.
*GipP, *HNF, *VVP. Native to Europe, widely planted, naturalised in Victoria, populations often consisting of suckers from nearby planted parent trees.
Thought to be a hybrid between Ulmus glabra Hudson and Ulmus minor Miller.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|Victorian Volcanic Plain||present||naturalised|