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Celtis reticulata (Netleaf Hackberry)

Celtis reticulata
Netleaf Hackberry, Netleaf Sugar Hackberry, Western Hackberry, Sugar Hackberry, Texas Sugarberry, Palo Blanco, Acibuche

This slow growing, long-lived, deciduous tree is native to the Southwest along streambeds and hillsides at elevations from 1500 to 6000 feet. It features arching branches, smooth gray bark that becomes fissured with age, and dark green leaves with the texture of sandpaper. Birds feed on the small orange-red fruit produced in the fall months. This tough tree tolerates full sun, reflected heat, infertile soils, and is resistant to Texas root rot. It is a great tree for retention basins, as it can tolerate periodic flooding and drought. It does reseed readily.

Plant Type Native, Tree
Exposure Full Sun
Water Needs Low, High
Hardiness Zone Zone 5 (-20° F)
Flower Color Green
Flower Season Spring
Growth Rate Moderate
Height 20 - 25' (ft)
Spread 20 - 25' (ft)
Spacing 25' (ft)
Characteristics Fruit & Berries
Attracts Birds, Butterflies, Wildlife
Maintenance Average
Garden Uses Beds and Borders
Tolerance Deer, Heat, Rabbit
Soil Type Chalk, Clay, Loam, Sand
Soil PH Acid, Alkaline, Neutral
Soil Drainage Well-Drained
Image by: MSWN
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