• Also known as “Netleaf sugar hackberry.”
• Growth form is a deciduous tree attaining a height of 120 feet. Generally, 20 – 25 ft. is normal.
• Flowers in May to June, with fruit ripening July to August.
• The leaves are readily grazed by wildlife and livestock on the smaller trees.
• The fruit is known to be eaten by at least 10 species of birds.
• Native American Indians also ate the fruit.
• Adapted to a variety of soils and sites.