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Celtis laevigata



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Celtis laevigata
Sugar hackberry

This flood-plain species native to the Southeastern U.S., develops into a large rounded or broad-rounded shade tree with slightly pendulous branching. It differs most from the common hackberry by its smoother bark and lesser cold hardiness.

Habit:Rounded to broad-rounded, often with a pendulous branching pattern, noticeably free-form when young
Size:60-80' high
Color:Medium green
Texture:Medium-fine
Hardiness:Zone 5b/6a USDA
Habitat:Native to southern Indiana - Florida - Texas
Family:Ulmaceae

 
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