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Celtis (Hackberry)

Hackberries are very ornamental solitary trees with dense crowns and small, usually dark-blue to black or orange fruits (edible) with one large seed each. All are a good nutrition source for wildlife animals.
Sow at 5°C in any soil in a sunny spot in autumn to early spring.
All are USDA Climate Zone 6.
7 seeds per package.
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Celtis australis (European Hackberry)

Celtis australis (European Hackberry)

10 (15)m, European Hackberry is a tall tree native of S Europe. It has a grayish bark, oval, serrated leaves and small round dark blue berries in autumn. It is grown for its valuable timber. For any soil in a sunny spot. Ideal as a bonsai as well. IV-V.
7 seeds per package.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package 2222 € 3,99
Celtis caucasica (Caucasus Hackberry)

Celtis caucasica (Caucasus Hackberry)

10 (15)m, Caucasus Hackberry is a tall tree with a broad crown, small oval, serrated leaves on grayish stems and small berries turning to maroon brown with maturity in autumn. Native from Caucasus, Asia Minor to Afghanistan. For any well drained soil. The Caucasus Hackberry makes a perfect bonsai as well. IV-V.
7 seeds per package.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package 3385 € 3,99
Celtis tournefortii (Oriental Hackberry)

Celtis tournefortii (Oriental Hackberry)

3 (5)m, Oriental Hackberry is a tall woody shrub to small losely branching tree with small oval, serrated leaves and small berries turning to orange with maturity in autumn. It is native of the Eastern Mediterranean region and Asia Minor. A fully winterhardy species for any well drained soil in a sunny spot in the garden. The Oriental Hackberry makes a perfect bonsai as well. IV-V.
7 seeds per package.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package9208 € 4,99