Ulmus glabra, Wych Elm

Size: tree 80-100' average height at maturity (50-70 spread)

Bud: imbricate, terminal absent, laterals .25" long, chestnut brown to brown-black

Leaves: deciduous, alternate, 3-7" long, 1.5-4" side, simple, oblong-ovate, abruptly acuminate, obliquely unequal at base, sharply double serrate, scabrous above, pubescent below, dark green

Twigs: dark gray-brown with hairy pubescence

Flowers: monoecious, bloom in early spring, small, clusters of 10-20

Fruit: winged samara, single round seed in center

Bark: gray-brown, long vertical plates and fissures