This genus consists of about 70 species found in several areas of the world. Hackberry trees are being used more for street trees than in the past. As a landscape tree, they lack fall color or other characteristics that would set them apart from other available genera. Their leaves are often distorted by the hackberry psyllid.

Celtis australis European Hackberry
C. jessoensis Jesso Hackberry
C. laevlgata Sugar Hackberry
C. occidentalis Common Hackberry
C. tenuifolia Dwarf Hackberry


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