The Golden Elm is an eye-catching, golden-foliaged Elm with a wide spreading habit. The Golden Elm is a very impressive shade tree that can create foliage contrast in larger parks, gardens and properties where there is space for it to develop to its full potential. It makes a lovely specimen tree planted alone or looks great planted along a boundary of drive
Height: 10 metres.
Width: 12 metres.
Growth rate: Moderate.
Form: Ulmus glabra 'Lutescens' - Golden Elm Tree is upward spreading when young, becoming dense and broadly rounded as it matures
Foliage: The Golden Elm has bright greenish-gold, broadly obovate leaves. Rough to the touch on upper surface. In spring, the new growth is a pale lime-green.
Autumn colour: Foliage turns yellow in autumn.
Tolerances: Ulmus glabra 'Lutescens' - Golden Elm Tree is adaptable to a wide range of site conditions, but best in moist, well drained soils. Good tolerance to air pollution.
Landscape Use. A fabulous specimen tree that gives excellent shade. Makes a good feature tree in large lawn areas. The Golden Elm is a stunning tree when planted in a line along a drive or fence.
We stock or can source the following pot sizes
25cm pots - $45 (minimum order 5)
33cm pots - $130
45 litre bags - $230
75 litre bags - $330
SUPER ADVANCED TREES
100 litre bags - $450
150 litre bags - $550
FIELD GROWN TREES
(orders taken all year, RCB Field Grown Trees are dug and delivered in winter)
3m+ with large developed canopy - $450
Images are provided as a guide only to help identify plants.
Transport to Melbourne:
Please call (03) 5628 1507 to confirm current stock availabilty,
and current plant size.
Blerick Tree Farm delivers year round to Melbourne Metro via our own transport. Click here to see delivery costs
For Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane and Adelaide, we use a third party plant transport company. Interstate transport is quoted per consignment, based on volume & space.
Transport to these locations will be a minimum of $250.
Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm.
Nursery Opening Hours:
Friday Saturday and Sunday 11am to 3pm