Hackberry

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.


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

 

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