Leaves yellow, crisped, upper margin with large teeth themselves toothed, mostly 5-6 cm long, broadly ovate, slightly rough on the newer growth, dense on the branchlets. ['Dampieri Aurea', U. carpinifolia f. wredei (Juelke) Rehder]
An attractive tree but only a few old plants known.
Said to be resistant to Dutch Elm disease.
A clone originally raised from seed in 1877 by Inspector Wrede near Potsdam, E Germany.
Sometimes treated as a clone of U. minor.
Vic: Ballarat (Ballarat Botanical Gardens, 2 trees 16 m tall in 1983); Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria (Melbourne Gardens) (northern end of Nymphaea Lake - a National Herbarium of Victoria specimen collected from this tree is dated 1927); Hawthorn (Central Gardens and Nursery)