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Lindheimer Hackberry
Celtis lindheimeri


Closely related to netleaf hackberry, C. reticulata, Lindheimer hackberry is a little- known tree found only in central and south Texas. Its leaves are uniformly covered with soft hairs on the undersides, as opposed to other hackberries, which gives the tree a grayish cast.

Plant Habit or Use: small tree

Exposure: sun

Flower Color: greenish, inconspicuous

Blooming Period: spring

Fruit Characteristics: small, reddish-brown drupe

Height: to 40 ft.

Width: to 40 ft.

Plant Character: deciduous

Heat Tolerance: very high high

Water Requirements: medium low

Soil Requirements: adaptable

USDA Hardiness Zone: 5

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