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Celtis occidentalis

Hackberry

Celtis occidentalis is a large tree native across the southeast, although less frequent in the southern coastal plain. It is typically found in moist to dry woodlands, and grows best in moist well drained soils. It can tolerate drought once established. It prefers to be in the full sun, but will grow in partial shade.The characteristic warty bark is an easy way to identify Celtis species. Celtis occidentalis is a host for several native butterfly species, and its reddish purple fruits are eaten by birds and small mammals. It works well as a tree for restoration projects.

Species name - Container sizeCommon nameStockPriceQuantity PricingAdd to request
Celtis occidentalis - 1 Gallon

Hackberry

447 in stock

$11.0010+ $5.50ea

Plant type

  • Tree / Shrub

Mature Height

  • Over 30'

Wetland Indicator Status

  • (FAC) Facultative upland

Attributes

  • Drought Tolerant
  • Butterfly and Pollinator Supportive

Planting Zone

  • Riparian Zone
  • Riparian Buffer
  • Bottomland Hardwood

Classification by Use

  • Stream Restoration
  • Erosion Control