|Location(s)||Main Biome, Cherry Meadow, Tropics Biome, Safari|
|Growth Speed||Semi-fast (4 min)|
|Money per unit|
Elm Wood is one of the largest trees that grow in Lumber Tycoon 2.
This wood is widely considered the most common tree to find throughout Lumberland, due to its repetitive appearance in multiple biomes. The tree is fairly large, and to the regular observer, Elm Wood may seem to be one of the more expensive trees in the game. However, this is not the case, as Elm is the cheapest wood in the game, selling at $0.8 per unit as a log.
AppearanceElm Wood is quite large. It sprouts various dark and bright green leaves, with a grassy texture. Its logs look much similar to those of Fir Wood. However, the plank turns a light tan or beige color when sawmilled. The tree grows very widely and produces a large shadow when fully grown. Elm Trees also grow rather thick, similar to Lava Wood. Planks of Elm Wood produce less money than Oak, although its logs are thicker than most trees.
HarvestingThis wood grows in most biomes, however, Elm does not usually grow in groups and are commonly found spread apart from each other. The logs are very heavy, being similar to Koa Wood. It is best to use Val's All-Purpose Hauler to transport large amounts of this wood.
Typically a Rukiryaxe or Silver Axe does the best job with harvesting Elm Wood. It is recommended to use a Chop Saw to cut the logs into smaller pieces due to the common issue of the logs themselves being too long for any sawmill. This wood is often used to fill in Blueprints, due to it being a large tree, and for its low-cost. One full-grown tree can give enough wood for up to 40 smooth walls (600 units) and its color fits in many buildings, houses, floors, roofs, fences and other miscellaneous objects.