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Dwarf Hackberry, Georgia Hackberry, Upland Hackberry, Small Hackberry
Celtis tenuifolia


Dwarf hackberry occurs in southeast Texas in dry, gravelly places. It is smaller than other hackberries, with short, narrow leaves. Some authors consider it to be a variety of C. occidentalis, common hackberry.

Plant Habit or Use: small tree

Exposure: sun

Flower Color: greenish, inconspicuous

Blooming Period: spring

Fruit Characteristics: fleshy, purple to black berry

Height: to 25 ft.

Width: to 25 ft.

Plant Character: deciduous

Heat Tolerance: high

Water Requirements: low

Soil Requirements: adaptable

USDA Hardiness Zone: 5

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