Jacqueline Hillier Elm (Ulmus ‘Jacqueline Hillier’) is a shrub with a dense spreading habit which is perfectly suited to bonsai. Its has small, dainty, finely toothed green leaves which are perfect miniatures of their larger varieties. Slow growing and ideal for planting as a small garden tree with a potential height of 3m (10 feet) when left to grow. They are particularly effective on large rockeries and in Japanese style gardens and fully hardy in the UK.
These starter trees are aged 2 years and measure between 10cm and 15cm in height.
They are provided in a 7cm pot and ready for potting on into either another pot or the ground the thicken up.