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CELTIS occidentalis
Common Name: Hackberry

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Plant Type: Trees
Zone: 3 Foliage: Green
Height: 40-60' Fall Foliage: Brown
Width / Spread: 40-60' Flower: Not Showy
Habit: Broad Flower Season:
Sun Requirements: Full/Partial Fruit: Drupe
Uses: Street Tree
Attracts Wildlife
Creates Shade
Tolerance: Native
Moist Soil
Urban Tolerant

Now this is one tough tree. It grows anywhere - wet, dry, rich or poor soils. Becomes a large shade tree with time similar in form to the American Elm. Produces small edible drupes which are loved by birds. Very tolerant of urban conditions. NATIVE.

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