It feeds when young in sallow catkins, and later on low-growing plants, also leaves of sallow and seeds of wych-elm.
"No, better'n nothing," said Miss Avery, and turned to the wych-elm.
One of these, a wych-elm (Scotch elm of some books), was so large that I insisted on having it measured.
The purse, recognized as Sir Philip's, by the valet of the deceased, was found buried under the wych-elm.
A wych-elm tree, a vine, a wisp of hay with dew on it—can passion for such things be transmitted where there is no bond of blood?
It feeds on the seeds of wych-elm, and may be beaten or jarred from the branches in April and May.
But under that wych-elm—honestly, I see little happiness ahead.
The food is wych-elm (Ulmus montana), but beech and hazel are said to be eaten at times: August to October.
Teeth, pigs' teeth, could be seen in the bark of the wych-elm tree—just the white tips of them showing.
We messed away with a garage all among the wych-elm roots, and last year we enclosed a bit of the meadow and attempted a rockery.