Chinese elm tree in zone 9 - Knowledgebase Question

Royal Oaks, Ca
Question by margesm
November 21, 2010
On several internet sites they say the Chinese Elm is best grown in cooler areas, but not zone 9. We live in a sandy soil area of Royal Oaks, Ca. 95076...what would be the problem if we tried to grow Chinese elm here? And is there a way to get around the problem?


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Answer from NGA
November 21, 2010

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Chinese elm can be evergreen to semi-evergreen in mild winter areas and there's no reason you cannot grow one in your zone 9 landscape. They thrive in Florida, Arizona and southern California. I'd go ahead and plant one!

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