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elm

(elm) any tree of the genus Ulmus ; Ulmus rubra is the slippery elm, the source of slippery elm bark.
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Volunteer Ken Haydock, from Bolton, who made the discovery with Jill Mills, said: "It was a lovely sunny morning and we were searching the elm trees by the River Tweed at Lennel when Jill called me over.
Regular pruning, outside the ban period, is great for keeping elm trees healthier and less vulnerable to all types of diseases, including DED.
Because elm trees are rare and increasingly become susceptible to Dutch elm disease as they reach sexual maturity, the lack of a pollen donor isn't too surprising," she wrote.
Three Aberdeenshire estates - Dunecht, Haddo and MacRobert Trust - have donated 10 oak trees and 11 elm trees to the 15-year project on the world's oldest warship, which is docked at Portsmouth.
He also found two more colonies on elm trees nearby.
The man entered the rear garden of a house in the Elm Trees area of Blyth and stole a red Trax Mountain bike at 4am on Saturday, August 20.
Olson--tested two elm trees growing along the National Mall in Washington, D.
Farmers plant Siberian elm trees along roadsides, near their houses as windbreaks, and to line their fields.
There are few images that evoke New England's stately past better than the magnificent elm trees that used to grace so many of our cities and towns.
Flowering trees, perennials, decorative grasses and groundcovers will supplement the existing perimeter Elm trees and transform this space.
If you wish to try and contact wood elves, or ask for their help and blessings, Elm trees are believed to be a channel for communication with various nature spirits.
The killer fungus somehow hitchhiked to North America from Europe during the 1930s and has been wiping out elm trees ever since.