Celtis occidentalis Cannabaceae
Native to the Finger Lakes Region, Quebec to NC & AL
Mundy Wildflower Garden, Houston and Grossman Ponds, Peterson Oak Grove, Coy Glen, Edwards Lake Cliffs Preserve
Source of plant
W. J. Beal Botanical Garden, Schichtel's Nursery, Bailey Nurseries, Cornell Botanic Gardens
Tree 40' to 60' tall, with a nearly equal spread; can attain 100' in height. Weakly pyramidal habit inyouth, in old age the crown is a braod top of ascending-arching branches often with drooping branchlets not unlike the American elm in outline; however by no means aesthetically pleasing. Fall color yellow or yellow green.
USDA Hardiness Zone