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Is there a tree clled a piss elm?
Piss-Elm Removal — Penny Arcade
Log in or Sign up. Where is my elm ID book when I need It! I was wondering if anyone can take a stab at a tree ID by just my description. First a little back ground. Two days ago one of my farmer friends called me up and said that he had a tree crew coming tomorrow to cut down a dead elm tree and was wondering if I might be interested in some of the wood? Well after my last tussle with elm I said never again, but after reading board members comments about dead standing elm, I thought what the heck.
Leaves are alternate, simple, 1—2 inches long, edges evenly, simply toothed teeth all one size, with no smaller teeth on each tooth ; tip pointed, base with sides nearly equal. Bark is dark gray, becoming deeply grooved, with long, flat ridges that form a broad interlacing network. Twigs are very slender, flexible, greenish-brown and hairy when young, turning brown to gray and smooth with age, drooping. Flowers March—April, stalk short or absent, appearing with or before the leaves emerge, in tight clusters along the twig, not drooping; flowers greenish, petals absent. Occasionally planted and readily escapes from cultivation.
Log in or Sign up. Ian and I got together a little while back and milled up a small Elm log that I had set aside to mill up. Although we didnt get any action shots of the milling I did take a couple shots of the boards after they had been edged and temporarily stickered in the shop. BTW, Ian I still havent told anyone about us having the mounted up on the small log mill :greenchainsaw: View attachment View attachment A couple more shots.