|Botanical Name||Ulmus glabra|
|Common Name||Weeping elm|
|Location||off Cotmaton Road, Sidmouth|
|Notes||Beautiful and unusual elm, under threat from car parking. Camperdown Elms are a variant or sport of the Wych Elm, the first one was noted in the forest of Camperdown House near Dundee in the 1830s. Cuttings were taken and raised for commercial sale. There is another one, tree 1322, outside the Library, enjoyed by small children under its canopy.|
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