Ulmus glabra 'Pendula'
Ulmus glabra 'Pendula', common name Horizontal Elm, is a large weeping tree with the foliage arranged in sweeping, flat sprays. Leaves dark green, generally with a long, tapering point. This cultivar arose as a low, spreading seedling in a nursery in Perth, Scotland, in 1816. Propagation is by top-grafting. 'Horizontalis' is a name also widely used for this cultivar: the correct usage has not been fully resolved. See entry in in the Hortflora catalogue here
152.00 Location E6 Latitude; -38.403037500000 Longitude;146.053789800000