Camperdown elm
(Ulmus glabra Huds. 'Camperdownii' )
Tree Number 3584 in the VT Campus Tree Inventory

Location: On the coner of Kent Street and the Mall, next to the Library. GPS: 37.228903, -80.419833

  • DBH 19 inches
  • Crown Spread 35 feet
  • Height 8 feet
  • Description: Camperdown elm is an unusual umbrella-shaped cultivar of Wych ( Scots) elm. Discovered on the estate grounds of the Earl of Camperdown in the early 1800's, this variety is cultivated by grafting cuttings onto wild Ulmus glabra rootstocks. They are not known to reproduce naturally!

    More Information on Camperdown elm:
  • USDA Plants Database
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