The magnificent, tall, Celtis sinensis is often mistaken for our own stinkwood but differs from the stinkwood in various ways. The leaves of the Chinese hackleberry are covered with coarse hairs while the tips are more tapering and the marginal teeth are larger. These imposing deciduous trees have a wide spreading crown creating lovely dappled shade in summer while the pale grey of the bare branches add an interesting dimension to the winter garden.
The flowers that appear from spring to early summer attract bees while the bright orange berries that cover the tree in autumn are relished by birds.
Because of their attractive growth habit, these beautiful trees have long been used as an ornamental feature in East Asian classical garden design.
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Availability List for November 2012
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