List of Elm cultivars, hybrids and hybrid cultivars

=Species cultivars=

*"Ulmus alata" - Winged Elm, Wahoo:
**Lace Parasol.
*"Ulmus americana" - American Elm:
**American Liberty, Ascendens, Augustine, Aurea, Beaverlodge, Beebe's Weeping, Brandon, Burgoyne, College, Columnaris, Deadfree, Delaware, Exhibition, Fiorei, Flick's Spreader, Folia Aurea Variegata, Hines, Incisa, Independence, Iowa State, Jackson, Jefferson, Kimley, Klehmii, Lake City, L'Assomption, Lewis & Clark (Prairie Expedition™), Littleford, Markham, Minneapolis Park, Moline, Morden, New Harmony, Nigricans, Patmore, Pendula, Penn Treaty, Princeton, Pyramidata, Queen City, Sheyenne, Skinner Upright, Star, Valley Forge, Variegata, Vase, Washington
*"Ulmus crassifolia" - Cedar Elm:
**Brazos Rim
*"Ulmus davidiana" var. "japonica" - Japanese Elm:
**Discovery, Freedom, JFS-Bieberich (Emerald Sunshine™), Jacan, Mitsui Centennial, Prospector, Reperta, Thomson
*"Ulmus glabra" - Wych Elm:
**Albo-Variegata, Atropurpurea, Australis, Camperdownii (Camperdown Elm), Cebennensis (Cevennes Elm), Cornuta, Corylifolia, Corylifolia Purpurea, Crispa, Crispa Aurea, Dovaei, Escaillard, Exoniensis (Exeter Elm), Fastigiata Macrophylla, Fastigiata Stricta, Fastigiata Variegata, Firma, Flava, Gittisham, Holgeri, Horizontalis (Weeping Elm), Insularis, Latifolia Aurea, Latifolia Aureo-Variegata, Latifolia Nigricans, Luteo Variegata, Lutescens (Golden Wych Elm), Macrophylla, Maculata, Minor, Monstrosa, Nana (Dwarf Wych Elm), Nigra (Black Irish Elm), Oblongata, Pendula Macrophylla, Pendula Variegata, Purpurea, Ramulosa, Rugosa, Spectabilis, Tiliaefolia, Tomentosa
*"Ulmus laevis" - European White Elm, Fluttering Elm, Spreading Elm, (USA) Russian Elm:
**Aureo-Variegata, Colorans, Ornata, Punctata, Urticaefolia
*"Ulmus minor" subsp. "minor" - Smooth-leafed Elm, Narrow-leafed Elm:
**Albo-Dentata, Amplifolia, Biltii, Concavaefolia, Cucullata, Dijkwel, Erecta, Folia Alba-Punctata, Hoersholmiensis, Holmstruph, Hunnybunii, Koopmannii, Laciniata, Lanuginosa, Latifolia, Microphylla Purpurea, Microphylla Rubra, Pendula, Picturata, Propendens, Purpurascens, Reverti, Rueppellii, Schuurhoek, Silvery Gem, Sowerbyi, Tortuosa, Umbraculifera, Umbraculifera Gracilis, Variegata (Variegated Smooth-leafed Elm), Virgata
*"Ulmus minor" subsp. "sarniensis" - Guernsey Elm, Jersey Elm, Southampton Elm, Wheatley Elm:
**Microphylla Pendula, Purpurea
*"Ulmus parvifolia" - Chinese Elm, Lacebark Elm:
**A. Ross Central Park (Central Park Splendor™), BSNUPF (Everclear™), Burgundy, Burnley Select, Catlin, Chessins, Churchyard, Cork Bark, D.B.Cole, Drake, Dwarf Weeper, Dynasty, Ed Wood, Elsmo, Emer I or Emerald Isle (Athena™), Emer II or Emerald Vase (Allee™), Emerald Prairie, Frosty, Garden City Clone, Geisha, Glory, Golden Rey, Hallelujah, Harzam (Harrison™), Hokkaido, Jade Empress, King's Choice, Littleleaf, Lois Hole, Matthew, Milliken, Nire-keyaki, Ohio, Orange Ribbon, Pathfinder, Pendens, Prairie Shade, Red Fall, Sabamiki, Sagei, Seiju, Select 380, Sempervirens, State Fair, Stone's Dwarf, Taiwan, The Thinker, Todd, UPMTF (Bosque™), Ware's, Yarralumla (Yarralumla™), Yatsubusa, Zettler (Heritage™)
*"Ulmus procera" - English Elm:
**Acutifolia, Argenteo-Variegata, Folia Aurea, Louis van Houtte, Pyramidalis.
*"Ulmus pumila" - Siberian Elm:
**Ansaloni, Aurescens, Chinkota, Dropmore, Green King, Hansen, Harbin, Manchu, Mr. Buzz, Park Royal, Pendula, Pyramidalis Fiorei, Variegata

Hybrids and hybrid cultivars

*"Ulmus × androssowii". "U. pumila" × "U. minor" var. "umbraculifera"? Uzbekistan
*"Ulmus × arbuscula". "U. pumila" × "U. glabra". Russia
*"Ulmus × brandisiana". "U. chumlia" × "U. wallichiana". Natural hybrid. India, Pakistan.
*"Ulmus × elegantissima". "U. glabra" × "U. minor" var. "plotii". Natural hybrid, UK. Cultivars:
**Balder, Freja, Jacqueline Hillier, Loke, Odin, Tyr.
*"Ulmus × hollandica". "U. glabra" × "U. minor". - Dutch Elm, (USA) Netherland Elm. Natural hybrid. Europe. Cultivars and artificial hybrid cultivars include:
**Alba, Angustifolia, Belgica (Belgian Elm), Blandford, Cinerea, Dampieri, Dauvessei, Daveyi (Davey Elm), Dumont, Eleganto-Variegata, Fjerrestad, Fulva, Gaujardii, Groeneveld, Haarlemensis, Hillieri, Major (Dutch Elm), Macrophylla Aurea, Microphylla, Modiolina, Muscaviensis, Pioneer, Serpentina, Smithii (Downton Elm), Superba (Canterbury Elm), Tricolor, Vegeta (Huntingdon Elm) / Vegeta (Chichester Elm), Virens (Kidbrook Elm), Viscosa, Wredei (Golden Elm), Ypreau.
*"Ulmus × notha". "U. pumila × U. rubra". USA.
*"Ulmus × viminalis". "U. minor" subsp. "minor" × "U. minor" var. "plotii". England, 1677. Cultivars include:
** Aurea, Marginata, Pulverulenta.
*"Ulmus" 'Arno'. Plantyn × "U. pumila". Italy, 2006.
*"Ulmus" 'Cathedral'. "U. pumila" × "U. davidiana" var. "japonica". USA, 1994.
*"Ulmus" 'Charisma': See under "Ulmus" Morton Glossy (Triumph™).
*"Ulmus" 'Clusius'. ("U. glabra" 'Exoniensis' × "U. wallichiana") × "U." 'Bea Schwarz' selfed. Netherlands, 1983.
*"Ulmus" 'Columella'. 'Plantyn' selfed. Netherlands, 1989.
*"Ulmus" 'Commelin'. "U. × hollandica" 'Vegeta' × "U. minor". Netherlands, 1960.
*"Ulmus" 'Coolshade'. "U. rubra" × "U. pumila". USA, 1946.
*"Ulmus" 'Den Haag'. "U. pumila" × "U. × hollandica" 'Belgica'. Netherlands, 1936.
*"Ulmus" 'Dodoens'. ("U. glabra" 'Exoniensis' × "U. wallichiana") selfed. Netherlands, 1973.
*"Ulmus" 'Fiorente'. "U. pumila" × "U. minor". Italy, 2006.
*"Ulmus" 'Frontier'. "U. minor" × "U. parvifolia". USA, 1990.
*"Ulmus" 'Homestead'. "U. pumila" × ('Commelin' × ("U. pumila" × "U. minor" 'Hoersholmiensis')). USA, 1984.
*"Ulmus" 'Improved Coolshade'. "U. rubra" × "U. pumila". USA, 1958.
*"Ulmus" 'Lincoln'. "U. pumila" × "U. rubra". USA, 1958.
*"Ulmus" 'Lobel'. ("U. glabra" 'Exoniensis' × "U. wallichiana") × "U." 'Bea Schwarz' selfed. Netherlands, 1973.
*"Ulmus" 'Morton' (Accolade™). "U. davidiana" var. "japonica" × "U. davidiana" var. "japonica" f. "wilsoniana". [http://www.jfschmidt.com/articles/accolade_elm/] . USA, 2000.
*"Ulmus" 'Morton Glossy' (Triumph™). 'Morton' (Accolade™) × 'Morton Plainsman' (Vanguard™). USA, 2000.
*"Ulmus" 'Morton Plainsman' (Vanguard™). "U. pumila" × "U. davidiana" var. "japonica". USA, 2000.
*"Ulmus" 'Morton Red Tip' (Danada Charm™). 'Morton' (Accolade™) selfed. USA.
*"Ulmus" 'Morton Stalwart' (Commendation™). 'Morton' (Accolade™) × ("U. pumila" × "U. minor"). USA, 2000.
*"Ulmus" 'Nanguen' (Lutèce™). 'Plantyn' × ("U." 'Bea Schwarz' × "U." 'Bea Schwarz' selfed). [http://www.sapho.fr/angleterre/arbustes/ulmus/lutece/page_lutece.htm] . Netherlands, 2001.
*"Ulmus" 'New Horizon'. "U. pumila" × "U. davidiana" var. "japonica". USA, 1995.
*"Ulmus" 'Patriot'. 'Urban' × "U. davidiana" var. "japonica" 'Prospector'. USA, 1993.
*"Ulmus" 'Plantyn' or 'Plantijn'. ("U. glabra" 'Exoniensis' × "U. wallichiana") × ("U. minor" × "U. minor"). Netherlands, 1973.
*"Ulmus" 'Plinio'. 'Plantyn' × "U. pumila". Italy, 2002.
*"Ulmus" 'Rebona'. "U. pumila" × "U. davidiana" var. "japonica". USA, 1993.
*"Ulmus" 'Recerta'. "U. pumila" × "U. minor". USA, < 1985.
*"Ulmus" 'Regal'. "U. pumila" × ('Commelin' × ("U. pumila" × "U. minor" 'Hoersholmiensis')). USA, 1983.
*"Ulmus" 'Repura'. 'Regal' × ("U. rubra" × ("U. pumila" × "U. davidiana" var. "japonica")). USA, 1993.
*"Ulmus" 'Revera'. 'Regal' × ("U. rubra" × ("U. pumila" × "U. davidiana" var. "japonica")). USA, 1993.
*"Ulmus" 'Rosehill'. "U. pumila" × "U. rubra". USA, 1951.
*"Ulmus" 'San Zanobi'. 'Plantyn' × "U. pumila". Italy, 2002.
*"Ulmus" 'Sapporo Autumn Gold'. "U. pumila" × "U. davidiana" var. "japonica". USA, 1975.
*"Ulmus" 'Stavast'. ("U. glabra" 'Exoniensis' × "U. wallichiana") × 'Commelin'. Netherlands, c.1985.
*"Ulmus" 'Urban'. "U. pumila" × ('Commelin' × ("U. pumila" × "U. minor" 'Hoersholmiensis')). USA.
*"Ulmus" 'Wanoux' (Vada™). 'Plantyn' × 'Plantyn' selfed. Netherlands, 2006.
*"Ulmus" 'Willis'. "U. pumila" × "U. rubra"? USA, 1958.
*and others without formal hybrid names.

Cultivars of unconfirmed derivation

*Alata, Alksuth, Argenteo-Marginata, Aspera, Bea Schwarz, Berardii, Christine Buisman, Folia Rhomboidea, Folia Rubra, Folia Variegata Pendula, Globosa, Hamburg, Hertfordensis Angustifolia, Hertfordensis Latifolia, Jalaica, Kansas Hybrid, Klemmer, Klemmer Blanc, Lombartsii, Marmorata, Myrtifolia, Nemoralis, Nigrescens, Pitteurs, Planeroides, Planifolia, Pyramidalis Bertini, Rotundifolia, Rubra, Rufa, Scampstoniensis, Sericea, Variegata Nova, Webbiana.

Misidentified genus

*Pitteurs Pendula

References

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*Bean, W. J. (1981). "Trees and shrubs hardy in Great Britain", 7th edition. Murray, London.
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*Elwes, H. J. & Henry, A. (1913). "The Trees of Great Britain & Ireland". Vol. VII. pp 1848&ndash;1929. Private publication [http://fax.libs.uga.edu/QK488xE4/7tgbi/]
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* [http://www.for.nau.edu/cms/content/view/512/706/. Northern Arizona University: Elm trials] .
*Richens, R. H. (1983). "Elm". Cambridge University Press.
*Santamour, J., Frank, S. & Bentz, S. (1995). Updated checklist of elm (Ulmus) cultivars for use in North America. "Journal of Arboriculture", 21:3 (May 1995), 121-131. International Society of Arboriculture, Champaign, Illinois, USA.
*Santini, A., Fagnani, A., Ferrini, F. & Mittempergher, L. (2002). 'San Zanobi' & 'Plinio' Elm Trees. "HortScience", Vol. 37 (7) : 1139&ndash;1141. Dec. 2002.
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