Celtis occidentalis

Family: N/A (Ulmaceae)

Lifespan: Perennial

Height: 15-27 m

Flower Color: Greenish

Flower Size: 3 mm wide

Bloom Season: N/A

Fruit: 6-10 mm in diameter; orange-red to dark purple 1 seeded drupes; dry and sweet

Conditions: Mainly in river valleys, also on upland slopes and bluffs in mixed hardwood forests

Sunlight: Shade tolerant

Moisture: Perfers moist soils; however is not suitable for areas with a high watertable

In poor, dry sites, growth is so stunted that the plant appears as a shrub.

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