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What Is Elm Wood Used For?

What Is Elm Wood Used For?

Elm trees have been used for many things throughout history, including floorboards for wagons, medicine, and furniture. Not to mention, these majestic trees can live for hundreds of years, providing shade and beauty to landscapes. In this article, we’ll go through the many uses of elm wood, and what kinds of things can be made … Read more

What Can You Make With Elm Wood

How Do I Know If My Elm Tree Is Dying?

Discovering that something is wrong with a beloved tree on your property can be devastating. But the good news is that not all tree diseases are deadly. If you suspect your tree is sick or dying, the best course of action is to contact a local arborist or tree service professional. In the meantime, read … Read more

What Is Wrong With My Elm Tree?

How To Treat Dutch Elm Disease?

Dutch elm disease is caused by a fungus that is spread via elm bark beetles. Since its accidental introduction into Europe and America, it has wreaked havoc on native elm tree populations. Dutch elm disease has destroyed over 40 million trees in America alone since its appearance in the 1920s. This article will tell you … Read more

where do elm trees grow

Where Do Elm Trees Grow?

Elm trees can thrive in a variety of climates. Although they can withstand less than ideal growing conditions, it’s best to adhere to recommendations on where to grow them to ensure a well-established, healthy tree.  Where Do Elm Trees Like To Grow? According to the USDA’s plant hardiness map, elm trees are hardy from zones … Read more

What is Elm Wood Good For

How To Identify An Elm Tree?

Elm trees are one of the most common trees, with many varieties spread throughout the Northern Hemisphere. The elm genus, Ulmus, is valuable for many reasons. They provide shade in landscaping, habitats for wildlife, and their wood has many uses. In this article, we’ll talk about identifying various types of elm trees.  How Do You … Read more

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