The Siberian Elm cultivar Ulmus pumila 'Turkestan', sometimes known simply as the Turkestan Elm, was raised by Georg Dieck at the National Arboretum, Zöschen, Germany, from seed collected for him circa 1890 in the Ili valley, Turkestan (then a region of Russia, now part of Kazakhstan) by the lawyer and amateur naturalist Vladislav E. Niedzwiecki while in exile there.

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  • The Siberian Elm cultivar Ulmus pumila 'Turkestan', sometimes known simply as the Turkestan Elm, was raised by Georg Dieck at the National Arboretum, Zöschen, Germany, from seed collected for him circa 1890 in the Ili valley, Turkestan (then a region of Russia, now part of Kazakhstan) by the lawyer and amateur naturalist Vladislav E. Niedzwiecki while in exile there. (en)
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  • 'Turkestan'
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  • 'Turkestan', Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, planted 1902
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  • The Siberian Elm cultivar Ulmus pumila 'Turkestan', sometimes known simply as the Turkestan Elm, was raised by Georg Dieck at the National Arboretum, Zöschen, Germany, from seed collected for him circa 1890 in the Ili valley, Turkestan (then a region of Russia, now part of Kazakhstan) by the lawyer and amateur naturalist Vladislav E. Niedzwiecki while in exile there. (en)
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  • Ulmus pumila 'Turkestan' (en)
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  • Ulmus pumila cultivar (en)
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