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  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the family Ulmaceae — several species of Old World trees and shrubs.

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Examples

  • Some of the special features of the Zelkova include the following: The Zelkova is a large shade tree and can be used as a focal point tree.

    Zelkova and gardening

  • Some fast-growing trees that could provide some shade in five to seven years, if the trunks already have a 1 - to 2 - inch thickness, are heritage river birch, pin oak, black gum, October glory red maple and Zelkova.

    A spring shower of queries on stink bugs, shade trees, more

  • Takeji Nakagawa is a Japanese craftsman who makes his futuristic toys out of our types of wood: keyaki (a Japanese tree of the genus Zelkova), teak, walnut and white ash.

    Takeji Nakagawa’s Wooden Toys » Fanboy.com

  • Some fast-growing trees that could provide some shade in five to seven years, if the trunks already have a 1 - to 2 - inch thickness, are heritage river birch, pin oak, black gum, October glory red maple and Zelkova.

    A spring shower of queries on stink bugs, shade trees, more

  • When buying a Zelkova, you need to be keep an eye out for detail.

    Zelkova and gardening

  • The nice thing about the Zelkova is that they are moderate in size.

    Zelkova and gardening

  • Zelkova serrata is sometimes referred to as Japanese Zelkova.

    Zelkova and gardening

  • The Zelkova leaf is a strong green in the spring and summer, while turning yellow, orange, red, or brown and sometimes bronze red in the fall.

    Zelkova and gardening

  • If the branches of the Zelkova are bunched up together on the trunk at a single point, you should not get it.

    Zelkova and gardening

  • Although it is hard to find, insist on buying Zelkova trees that have branches that are more spread out.

    Zelkova and gardening

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