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Celtis occidentalis
American Hackberry; Nettletree

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DERIVATION
Celtis - Ancient Greek name for a tree with sweet fruit
occidentalis - of the West, occidental
FAMILY Cannabaceae (Hemp Family)  Other Plants in the Hemp Family
HABIT Tree
RANGE E Canada, E & C United States
LEAF TYPE Deciduous
FRUIT Orange (Orange-red drupe)
HARDINESS USDA Zone 3B (Coldest zone where hardy)
SUN REQUIREMENTS Sun
SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS Fall Color
FAMILY CANNABACEAE  Other Plants in the Hemp Family
COMMON NAME(S) American Hackberry | Nettletree
Location Map for Celtis occidentalis (American Hackberry; Nettletree) - 5 Map Locations Found
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Individual Locations for Celtis occidentalis: More Locations
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Accession
Number
Year Location
791565*1 1979 Dryland Mesa
791565*2 1979 The Hive Bistro
791565*3 1979 Dryland Mesa
791565*5 1979 The Hive Bistro
791565*6 1979 The Hive Bistro
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842684*1 1984 Non
Public
No
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921214*1 1992 Non
Public
No
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921214*3 1992 Non
Public
No
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921214*4 1992 Non
Public
No
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950804*1 1995 Non
Public
No
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960185*1 1996 Non
Public

 

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