Image from page 88 of "Ellwanger & Barry's supplementary catalogue novelties, etc. : 1898" (1898)
Title: Ellwanger & Barry's supplementary catalogue novelties, etc. : 1898
Publisher: Rochester, N. Y. : Ellwanger & Barry
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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GENERAL CATALOG UE. 71 rimus c. var. corylifolia purpurea. PUBPLE FiLBERT-LEAVED Elm. B. A fine purple-leaved variety. Sl/X). var. Danipierreii aurea. Dampierre's Goldex Elm. C. (New). A very striking' variety; foliage of a bright g-olden color, center of the leaf yellowish green : a strong grower. $1. var. Louis Van Houtte. C. Another new variety with golden foliage, similar to the above but folia^re a brighter golden ; a good grower. $1, var. macrophylla punctata. B. Foliage handsomely and distinctly varieg-ated with silvery blotches and stripes. Sl/JO. var. microphylla pendula. Weeping SiiALL-LEAVED Elm. C. A handsome variety, with slender, droop- ing branches and small foliage; grafted standard high, it becomes an elegant tree, well adapted for small lawns. ^lJ)iK var. monunientalis. Moxctmental Elm. C. A slow growing dwarf variety, forming a straight and dense column ; distinct and beautiful. Sl.OU. var. niyrtifolia purpurea. Purple Myrtle-leaved Elm. B. Small, elegant foliage, of beautiful purple color. $1.1X1. var. serratifolia. Serrated-leaved Elm. B. A beautiful, compact grower, with dark foliage. $1.00. var. stricta purpurea. PuRPLE-LEAVED ENGLISH Elm. B. A striking- variety, with erect branches and purple leaves. $1.00.
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^ ^r. Camperdown Elm. (From a specimen on our grounds.) var. suberosa. English Cor. -barked Elm. B. a tree of fine habit, young branches very corky; leaves rough on both sides )1.00. var. suberosa pendula. Wee_^ixg Cork-barked Elm. B. An ornamental drooping variety. $1.00. var. urticifolia. Xettle-Leaved Elm. B. A rapid-growing, handsome variety, -with long serrated and undulating leaves; unique and beautiful. $1.00. var. variegata argentea. Variegated English Elm. B. Small leaves, sprinkled over with silvery spots; variegation constant. Very fine. $1.0<J. var. viminalis. C. A distinct, slender-branched, small-leaved variety; somewhat pendulous. $1.00. var. Webbiana. Webb's ELM. C. A handsome variety, of dwarf habit, with small, curled leaves; fine. $1.00. var. "Wbeatleyi. C. Compact and upright in habit, with medium to small dark g-reen foliage • beautiful for lawns. $1.00. Dovwi. B. An upright, vigorous-growing variety, remarkably well adapted for street planting. $1.00. fulva. PiED or Slippery Elm. B. Of medium size, and straggling open head, 7.5c. var. pendula. Weeping Slippery Elm. B. A variety of luxuriant growth and elegant drooping- habit. Its branches shoot upward at first, then bend in graceful curves toward the ground. It also retains its foli- age much longer than other Elms. $1.00. montana. SCOTCH, or WvcH Elm. B. A fine spreading treC; of rapid growth and large foliage. 50c. var. Caniperdown pendula. Camperdown Weeping Elm. C. Grafted 6 to 8 feet high, this forms one of the most picturesque drooping trees. It is of rank growth, the .shoots often making a zigzag growth outward and downward of several feet in a single season. The leaves are large, dark green and glossy, and cover the tree with a luxuriant mass of verdure. (See cut). $1..tO.
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