Hackberries (celtis occidentalis) are probably the worst named tree ever. They should be called sugarberry or something more appealing. These attractive, native, shade trees produce small dark berries that are high in protein, fat, and vitamins. They are more like a nut/berry than just a berry. Beloved by birds and wild foragers, these are beatuful shade trees. Hackberry is one of the best wildlife trees in the Northeast. They are fast growing trees able to reach over 80 feet tall. Highly drought and flood tolerant, they do best in well drained soil, but will grow well in most locations.
10-20” Seedlings $10