Mark Goodger

Elm

European Elm, also known as, English Elm, Common Elm, Dutch Elm or Wych Elm. It can be found in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe. European Elm can still be found although it is rare due to “Dutch Elm Disease” which is supposed to have killed around Twenty million Elm trees in the 1970’s. It can be yellow-brown to pink-brown in colour and has a very distinct smell.
Elm Burr can be pink-brown to dark brown in colour depending on whether the tree was alive when felled.
American Elm, found in North America, has become commercially important with the depletion of european Elm due to “Dutch Elm Disease”. It is similar to its European counterpart in appearance.

Elm

European Elm, also known as, English Elm, Common Elm, Dutch Elm or Wych Elm. It can be found in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe. European Elm can still be found although it is rare due to “Dutch Elm Disease” which is supposed to have killed around Twenty million Elm trees in the 1970’s. It can be yellow-brown to pink-brown in colour and has a very distinct smell.
Elm Burr can be pink-brown to dark brown in colour depending on whether the tree was alive when felled.
American Elm, found in North America, has become commercially important with the depletion of european Elm due to “Dutch Elm Disease”. It is similar to its European counterpart in appearance.

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