The Dwarf Princess Elm is a real miniature garden tree with a growth rate of 1 to 2 inches per year. Combine the tiniest of leaves with the most delicate branches, and you have a special gem for the miniature garden.
This tree is fragile. The cork-like wood breaks easily if you are creating a garden for children.
Note that this tree is deciduous - It has dropped its leaves for the winter and will come back once the weather warms up in spring.
This current batch is "pre-bonsai" - which means it has been grown to give you a head start for creating your own bonsai tree, the cultivars have been staked and manipulated at a young age to create early movement and unique shape. BUT it can be enjoyed as a miniature garden tree too. Just trim any wayward branches when you see them. Give it a gentle prune in late winter/early spring to keep the canopy bushy and in overall shape in-check.
**Jan.'22 - Trunks will differ from plant to plant, you can see the different trunk-styles below. Currently have plants with skinnier trunks, as shown in the first photo.**
- Tiny leaves and delicate branches
- Growth rate 1 to 2" per year
- Cold hardy to -20F, or zones 5-9
- Heat zones 9-5
- Full sun - avoid that hot summer afternoon sun to be safe
- Regular water until established
- Let dry out to barely damp in between to avoid over watering if planted in a container
- Comes in a 4" pot
- An outdoor plant
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