Princeton American Elm is an old American elm cultivar highly resistant to Dutch Elm Disease. The Princeton American Elm tree is a very fast growing tree. It grows 3 to 6' a year and is very strong. Unlike other fast growing trees that get brittle, it maintains a very strong new growth and is not prone to splitting.
Creamy white flowers bloom in followed by blue fruit in late August to early September. Flowers bloom in a tight rounded form with the fruit in identical cluster. Foliage is lustrous dark green rounded profile.
A hardy viburnum for the northern gardners with tons of creamy whte flowers in the spring that turn to bright red fall fruit. The plant has a well branched rounded habit that fits well into the landscape. The bright red berries not only make a stunning display in the fall, but is attractive to birds.
A naturally occuring, tree-form viburnum. Spring blooms, fruit and outstanding fall color. Displays traits of V. rufidulum, V. prunifolium and V. lentago. Discovered by Gary Ladman of Classic Viburnums in Franklin, NE.