Japanese hackberry is a hackberry species found in Japan and Korea.It is a deciduous tree that reaches a height of 20–25 metres. Long and broad, with a strongly serrated edge, glaucous underneath and downy on the leaf veins, the leaves are glaucous beneath and downy on the leaf veins. It produces a large number of seeds, which, if they survive to germinate and develop, can turn into a weedy nuisance. The fruits are attractive to birds. They are consumed, and the seeds are dispersed.
Botanical Name : Celtis sinensis
Common Name : Japanese Hackberry
Height : 50- 80 ft
Spread : 40 ft
Germination Info : Seed requires 60-90 days cold stratification.
Hardiness zone : 7-9
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 125