Ulmus glabra 'Camperdownii'
Common name: 
Camperdown Scotch Elm
UL-mus GLA-bra
U. × vegeta ‘Camperdownii’
Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon: 
  • Broadleaf deciduous tree, 6-15 ft (1.8-4,5 m), round headed, pendulous branches, often grafted to U. americana.  Leaves alternate, simple, oblong-ovate to elliptic, 7.5-18 cm long (larger than U. americana), very unequal at base, dark green above with a fine sandpaper surface.  Flowers small, small reddish-green, appear in spring before the foliage emerges.  Fruit a single-seeded wafer-like samara, to 2.5 cm, obovate to broadly elliptic, downy toward the notched apex.
  • Sun or light shade
  • Native to USDA Zone 4.      Originated from a seedling in about 1850 at Camperdown House, near Dundee, Scotland.
  • Corvallis: In front yard of house at northeast corner of 8th St. and Jefferson Ave; also northeast corner of 5th St. and Western Ave.
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  • flower bud break, early spring

    flower bud break, early spring

  • opening flower bud

    opening flower bud

  • developing fruit, spring

    developing fruit, spring

  • branches with maturing fruit

    branches with maturing fruit

  • fruit and expanding leaves

    fruit and expanding leaves

  • plant habit, summer

    plant habit, summer

  • leaves


  • leaf


  • plant habit, fall

    plant habit, fall

  • leaves, fall

    leaves, fall

  • plant habit, winter

    plant habit, winter

  • major branches

    major branches

  • winter twigs and buds

    winter twigs and buds