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Common Hackberry Tree


Celtis occidentalis 

Hackberry is known for its attractive bark that is corky and rough in texture. The bright green elm-like foliage turns to a soft yellow in the fall, and the fruits are relished by wildlife. With a round open form, it grows at a moderate to rapid rate. Extremely hardy, and adaptable to a range of urban environments including alkaline soils, drought, and windy conditions.

  • Height:  50 to 75 feet
  • Spread:  50 feet
  • Shape:  Spreading, Rounded
  • Exposure:  Full Sun 
  • Foliage:  Bright green
  • Fall Foliage:  Soft yellow
  • Zone:  2-7