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Celtis sp., Bunge's Hackberry

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Celtis australis
 Celtis sp.
Family: Ulmaceae
Bunge's Hackberry
Origin: East Asia
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterDeciduousAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsEdibleSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Leaves are a savoury addition to rice and tea substitute.

Established plants are very drought resistant.

Celtis australis (European Hackberry) is often planted as an ornamental as it is resistant to air pollution and long-living. Small, dark-purple berries are sweet and edible, and are extremely popular with birds and other wildlife.


 Celtis sp., Bunge's Hackberry

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Celtis occidentalis

Celtis sp., Bunge's Hackberry

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Celtis occidentalis
Celtis sp., Bunge's Hackberry

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Celtis australis
Celtis sp., Bunge's Hackberry

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Celtis bungeana
Celtis sp., Bunge's Hackberry

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Celtis bungeana
Celtis sp., Bunge's Hackberry

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Celtis bungeana
Celtis sp., Bunge's Hackberry

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Celtis bungeana


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Celtis tala, Celtis spinosa, Celtis sellowiana, Tala

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Family: Ulmaceae
Tala
Origin: Central and South America
Can be used for bonsaiSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterEdible

The berries of this shrub are of the size of small peas, oval, orange-yellow and somewhat edible though astringent.


 Celtis tala, Celtis spinosa, Celtis sellowiana, Tala

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Celtis tala, Celtis spinosa, Celtis sellowiana, Tala

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