Ulmus minor 'Variegata'

Silver Elm

Leaves green flecked with white; the leaves on young trees are much larger and with a rough upper surface.

This tree is quite widely cultivated and is sometimes known and sold under the incorrect name U. procera 'Argenteomarginata'.

A herbarium specimen held at the National Herbarium of Victoria was collected from the nursery of W Smith at Riddell Creek and dated 1900.

NSW: Bathurst (Machattie Park; sportsground); Gundagai (5 miles from township at Dog-on-a-Tuckerbox restaurant); Orange (Cook Park); Wellington (Park).Vic: Albert Park (St Vincent Gardens); Burnley (The University of Melbourne Burnley Campus car park); Creswick (The University of Melbourne School of Ecosystem and Forestry Sciences); Geelong (Geelong Botanic Gardens; Queens Avenue, several in the loop drive to the old entrance, planted in 1897); Glen Waverley (Jells Park); Grampians (Zumsteins Picnic Area); Kings Domain (street tree on Birdwood Ave. near the Shrine of Remembrance); Leongatha (Mossvale Park, some trees 29 m tall in 1991); Narbethong (driveway to St Fillans, 30 m tall in 1994); South Yarra (Fawkner Park); Springvale (Botanical Cemetery, formerly Springvale Crematorium, near kiosk); Wandin (Melbourne City Council Nursery); Werribee (Park). Tas: Hobart (Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens); St David's Park; Plenty (Salmon Ponds).

kingdom Plantae
phylum   Tracheophyta
class    Magnoliopsida
superorder     Rosanae
order      Rosales
family       Ulmaceae
genus        Ulmus L.
species         Ulmus minor Mill.