(Celtis occidentalis) The moderate-growing hackberry is a great choice for windbreaks and pairs well with Red Osier Dogwood and Black Hills Spruce. It tolerates a variety of soils, temperatures and even poor air quality, earning its reputation as one tough tree. It grows best in full sun to partial shade and its leaves turn yellow in the fall. Its dark purple fruit (drupe) provide food for birds and mammals. Hackberry trees generally grow to a height of 40-60 feet with a spread of 40-60 feet as well.
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