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Common Hackberry

Common Hackberry

Regular price $10.28
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Celtis occidentalis

Commonly known as the common hackberry, is a sturdy deciduous tree native to North America. Recognized for its distinctive warty bark and serrated leaves, this adaptable tree adds character to landscapes. Common hackberry thrives in a variety of soil conditions and is resilient in urban environments. With a moderate growth rate and a pleasing rounded canopy, it provides shade and ornamental value, making it a popular choice for parks, streets, and gardens.

Origin: Native

Current Sale Size: 12 - 18”

Growth Rate: Fast (25" or more / yr)

Soils: Well-drained soils

Moisture: Dry to Mesic

Shade Tolerance: Sun to Part Shade

Mature Height: 40 - 60 ft.

Mature Spread: 40 - 60 ft.

Deer Damage Potential: Low

Uses: Shade tree; street tree; rain garden

Special Notes: Wildlife food for winter birds, Tolerates strong winds, pollution, heat, drought and salt, very adaptable.


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