Zelkova-serrata-green-vase, specific epithet and additional common name of sawleaf zelkova both refer to the serrated leaf margins. ‘green vase’ is an open pollinated seedling that was introduced into commerce in the 1980s by princeton nurseries in princeton, new jersey. u.s. plant patent pp05,080 was issued august 2, 1983.. ‘green vase’ somewhat resembles the vase shape of american elms, is more upright in habit and tolerant of pollution, makes a great city street tree and produces a taller and narrower tree than ‘village green’ zelkova (fig. 1)., variants — zelkova serrata 'green vase' – more upright-vased in growth habit with strongly ascending branches, rapidly growing, to 65' tall by 55' wide, with yellow-orange to bronze-red fall color. zelkova serrata 'village green' – more round-vased at maturity, to 45' tall by 40' wide, with wine-red fall color..
Zelkova serrata ‘green vase’ zone: 5 height: 45' spread: 30' shape: vase with upright arching branches foliage: green fall color: orange a vigorous zelkova selection, produc-ing a taller, more graceful tree than ‘village green’. its finer textured foliage produces dappled shade., the green vase zelkova has everything you could ever want in a shade tree, from its ornamental interest in every season and pest and disease resistance to hardy, tolerant growth. covered in oblong, dark green leaves in the spring and summer, the vase-shaped tree brings spectacular color and visual interest for months at a time..
Zelkova serrata 'green vase' a fast-growing, medium-sized, deciduous tree. 'green vase' matures to a graceful, uniform v-shaped tree with a short trunk and upright branching. bark is distinctive, predominantly in shades of yellows and light greys and has a flaky appearance revealing additional textures and tones of orange, brown and pink., green vase japanese zelkova (zelkova serrata 'green vase'): this cultivar has a a more narrow vase shape than the species. foliage is dark green in summer, changing to a mix of orange, bronze and red. as a young tree it shows a faster rate of growth..
Green vase® - 50 ft tall and 40 ft wide (15 x 12 m), vase shaped with upright arching branches, orange fall color, taller and more graceful than village green, popular. 'halka' - fast growing, 50 ft tall (15 m) and 30 ft (9 m) wide, open, loose, irregular habit, "best american elm mimic" (sunset), yellow fall color., zelkova serrata is planted as a lawn or park tree for its attractive bark, leaf color and vase shape. it provides good shade and has an easy fall cleanup. it is easy to transport, and often available in burlap form. it is also commonly used for bonsai; its attractive shape and colors make it a popular choice for the art..
Japanese zelkova is a tough urban tree for residential shade and street plantings. it has a spreading, generally upright branching, vase-shaped habit. the crown is shorter and more rounded than the american elm. the bark is a smooth, reddish brown when young with prominent cherry-like lenticels.