Weeping Forms of Elm

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A REMARKABLE elm of the variety known as Ulmus serpentina, apparently about sixty years old, is now vigorously growing in a Croydon garden. It has this peculiarity, that all its permanent branches are curiously contorted and reflexed, while all the shoots from one to three years old are pendulous rods, which, with the beautiful foliage, form an exterior covering reaching to the ground.

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SHRUBSOLE, W. Weeping Forms of Elm. Nature 101, 365 (1918). https://doi.org/10.1038/101365b0

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