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Netleaf Hackberry, Western Hackberry
Scientific Name: Celtis reticulata Torr.
Synonym: Celtis brevipes, Celtis douglasii, Celtis occidentalis var. reticulata
Family: Ulmaceae
Netleaf Hackberry, Western Hackberry (Celtis  reticulata)
Netleaf Hackberry (Celtis reticulata), U.S.D.A. Drawing, courtesy Hunt Institute
Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 1-3,10-13
USDA: 8-10

Heat Tolerance: Light shade better when juvenile

Sun Exposure: Light shade to full sun

Origin: Western USA, northern Mexico

Growth Habits: Deciduous tree, slowly growing up to 30 feet tall and wide (9 m); gray bark; dark green leaves

Watering Needs: Moderate water

Propagation: Seeds

The netleaf hackberry has a deep root system, and are a good choice close to sidewalk, pavement, or walls since they will have minimal impact on them.

Netleaf Hackberry, Western Hackberry (Celtis  reticulata)

Blooming Habits:
Greenish flowers.

Fruiting Habits:

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