Species - Elm
The genus is hermaphroditic, has flowers without flowers pollinated by the wind. The leaves are alternate, with single, single or usually double-serrated edges, usually asymmetrical at the base and pointed at the apex. The fruit is a round samara, which is sprayed into the air by chlorophyll, which accelerates the photosynthesis of the leaves. Samarae is very light, British eggs weigh about 50,000 to 454 g. All species are tolerant of a wide range of soils and pH levels, but with a few exceptions they need good drainage. An open tree can grow to high altitudes, usually with a trunk that forms a vase profile.
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