Camperdown Elm (Weeping Elm). A weeping cultivar with a small, arbor-like habit and a rounded crown. Branches contorted just above the graft. In Victoria most have large roundish leaves while those of 'Pendula' are narrower, sometimes twice as long as broad.
NSW: Orange (Robertson Park); Wagga Wagga (Victory Memorial Gardens). Vic: Ballarat (183 Sturt St, corner Neil & Clarendon Streets); Burnley (The University of Melbourne, Burnley Campus); Castlemaine (Castlemaine Botanical Gardens, 9.3 m tall in 1984); Dandenongs (George Tindale Memorial Garden); Leongatha (Mossvale Park, top of hill); Melbourne (Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria (Melbourne Gardens), Hopetoun Lawn above Rose Pavilion).