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'Patriot' elm


, : 'Patriot' elm. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 13(2): 113-115

Released by the USDA-ARS in 1993, Patriot resulted from a controlled pollination made in 1980 between Urban (as a female parent) and a selection of Ulmus wilsoniana (as a male parent). The male parent was subsequently released as Prospector. Patriot has a moderately vase-shaped crown. The thirteen-year-old parent tree is 13.1 m tall with a crown spread of 7.6 m. Leaves are oblong-obovate and doubly serrate with acuminate apices, and mean size is 103 x 74 mm.

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