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Celtis reticulata, or Netleaf Hackberry, is a tree that can reach up to 30 ft tall. The blooms, which occur in March-May, are followed by small, round, orange fruits which provide forage to birds and other wildlife. This tree grows best in riparian areas and canyons, from high desert to oak woodland habitats at elevations between 1000-7500 ft. Plant in partial to full sun, in wet to dry conditions. No shipping.

Netleaf Hackberry, Celtis reticulata, container plant

  • 1000-7500'