Also known as Ulmus americana. The branch of the American Elm, native to eastern North America.

Branch of American Elm

Also known as Ulmus americana. The branch of the American Elm, native to eastern North America.

An illustration of an elm branch.

Elm Branch

An illustration of an elm branch.

Tree which does not reproduce from seed.

Camperdown Elm

Tree which does not reproduce from seed.

A key or key-fruit (called by Botanists a Samara) is like an akene or nut, only it is winged.

Key

A key or key-fruit (called by Botanists a Samara) is like an akene or nut, only it is winged.

A cabinet mantel bed made out of elm.

Mantel Bed

A cabinet mantel bed made out of elm.

Also known as Ulmus thomasii. The branch of a Rock Elm tree, native to the midwestern United States.

Branch of Rock Elm

Also known as Ulmus thomasii. The branch of a Rock Elm tree, native to the midwestern United States.

Also known as Ulmus serotina. A branch of a September Elm tree, native to a select few states in North America.

Branch of September Elm

Also known as Ulmus serotina. A branch of a September Elm tree, native to a select few states in North…

Also known as Ulmus fulva. The branch of a Slippery Elm tree, native to eastern North America.

Branch of Slippery Elm

Also known as Ulmus fulva. The branch of a Slippery Elm tree, native to eastern North America.

"Root suckers are young shoots from the roots of plants, chiefly woody plants, as may often be seenin the case of the elm and the plum. The shoots when used for propagation must be transplanted with all the roots attached to them, care being taken not to injure the parent plant. If they spring from a thick root it is not to be wantonly severed, but the soil should be removed and the sucker taken off by cutting away a clean slice of the root." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Suckering Iron

"Root suckers are young shoots from the roots of plants, chiefly woody plants, as may often be seenin…

Also known as Ulmus crassifolia. The branch of a Texas Cedar Elm, native to to south central North America.

Branch of Texas Cedar Elm

Also known as Ulmus crassifolia. The branch of a Texas Cedar Elm, native to to south central North America.

Also known as Planera aquatica. The branch of a Water Elm tree, native to the southeastern United States.

Branch of Water Elm

Also known as Planera aquatica. The branch of a Water Elm tree, native to the southeastern United States.

Also known as Ulmus alata. The branch of a Winged Elm tree, native to the southern United States.

Branch of Winged Elm

Also known as Ulmus alata. The branch of a Winged Elm tree, native to the southern United States.