Common Name: Siberian elm
Hardiness Zone: 4 to 9
Height: 50 to 70 ft
Width: 40 to 70 ft
The Siberian elm will grow at almost any site. For this reason, it has been used heavily in some areas. However, their ability to spread aggressively classifies them as invasive. While they are resistant to Dutch Elm Disease, these trees tend to be a nuisance. They can be quite messy and have large branch breakage.
Notes: This species is currently listed as invasive; for more information visit the DNR's Siberian Elm page.