Everything about this Japanese Elm is tiny: tiny leaves cover tiny twigs and create a full size plant of tiny dimensions. Naturally congested growth and a stocky trunk give this small tree the appearance of age, a quality valued in miniature landscapes, railroad gardens and bonsai. The plant develops thick, corky bark with age. Site it in full to partial sun with moist, well-drained soil. Don’t over water in winter, and don’t let it dry out or scorch in intense summer sun.

Garden Size: 1’H x 1’W


Broad Upright – Small

Zone 5


Companion Plant

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