The Siberian elm tree, grows well in dry environments and is cold tolerant down to USDA zone 3. The Siberian elm is a popular tree for planting as a windbreak or hedge in Western states with limited rainfall. This tree is easy to grow and tolerates pollution and all soil types.
Step by Step How to Grow Siberian Elm From Seeds!
# 1 | Soak your Siberian elm tree seeds in water for 24 hours.
#2 | Sow your Siberian seeds 3/8 inch deep, tamp your soil and keep moist. It is strongly recommended that you mulch your seedbed.
#3 | Your Siberian elm seeds should germinate in 21-30 days.