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Celtis occidentalis (Common Hackberry)

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Celtis occidentalis | 2 gal. pot

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The common hackberry is a large, native tree that grows 40-60 feet tall and wide. Its mature bark is gray with ridges that have a warty texture. Attractive to bees, butterflies, birds and mammals; it is a natural food source for many of them.

Celtis occidentalis (Common Hackberry)

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Celtis occidentalis also known as the common hackberry is a large, native tree. It has an upright, rounded growing habit; reaching 40-60 feet at maturity. The gray bark is full of ridges and is beautiful all year round. Female trees produce round, fleshy berries in fall which attract numerous types of wildlife. It prefers moist, well-drained soil and full sun to part shade.

Additional Information

Name Celtis occidentalis (Common Hackberry)
Nursery Only No
Plant Height 40-60 ft
Plant Width 40-60 ft
Zone 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Sun Requirements Full Sun, Part Shade
Soil Moisture Moist, well-drained
Bloom Color Green
Fragrant No
Bloom Period April, Early May
Plant Size Selector Large Tree (25-50 ft), Very Large Tree (over 50 ft)
Deer Resistant No
Attracts Wildlife Bees, Birds, Butterflies, Mammals
U.S. Native Yes
New Offering No
Catalog Category Trees, Shrubs & Vines