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|4'-6' Tree in 3 Gallon Container - Nursery Pick Up Only|
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Another adaptable species that is at home in either wet or dry conditions. Attains its largest size in rich, moist bottomland soil but grows well in upland conditions and in poor soil. A common inhabitant of stream banks, fence rows and open fields. Found throughout the midwest and into the New England states.
Associated Species: 
Sycamore, Sweetgum, American Elm, Slippery Elm, Sugar Maple, Beech and others depending on soil type.
Hackberry grows well along the rivers and streams in central Ohio and can be found commonly along old roadways. Black berries are produced in mid-September and are relished by birds. In the nursery it grows quickly and has a vase-shaped form early on. Gray bark has raised irregular corky ridges.