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Siberian Elms ship as one to two foot tall bare root plants.
Siberian Elm or Ulmus pumila is the fastest growing hedge tree available. Siberian Elm is hardy, and drought resistant once established. The Siberian Elm is also considered to be a great windbreak tree when planted in rows. It has moderate water requirements until established. It also displays a moderate tolerance of salt and alkali.
A Living Fence Tree!
Plant 6 feet apart in the row for a fast fill in.
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