Celtis reticulata

Western Hackberry, Celtis douglasii

Valued for their moderate shade and beauty, these wide-spreading trees have airy, light green foliage. Leaves turn yellow in fall. Several species have orange-red to blue-black cherrylike fruits that birds love. Also grown as shrubs. Their deep roots make them better lawn trees than their near relative, the Elm. Plant one near a cement walkway; its roots will not lift or crack the pavement. Plant from containers or choose small bare-root trees with large root systems. Most need a winter chill. Tolerates cold, heat, dryness, wind and alkaline soils.
Celtis reticulata, Western Hackberry, Celtis douglasii
This shrub's branches are somewhat pendulous, and carry red-orange to brown fruit which attracts birds. Strongly veined leaves are bright green above, paler below.

Attributes - Celtis reticulata

Plant Type: Shrub, Tree

Foliage: Deciduous

Height: 15 ft. to 25 ft.

Width: 25 ft.

Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun

Climate: Zones 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Notes: Thrives in Dry Climates, Hot Climates. Drought Tolerant, Low Maintenance.

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Celtis laevigata, Celtis occidentalis
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