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Celtis australis

Species Information      

 

 

Species name

Celtis australis

Common name(s)

South nettle tree (English), European hackberry (English)

Family

Cannabaceae

Natural Range

Slovenia; Spain; Algeria; Morocco; Romania; Turkey; Azerbaijan; India; Iran, Islamic Republic of; Pakistan; Nepal; Syrian Arab Republic; Tunisia; Afghanistan; Palestine, State of; Portugal; Jordan; Israel; Cyprus; Italy; Greece; France; Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of; Albania; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Croatia; Montenegro; Gibraltar; Georgia; Armenia

Propagation

 

 

Method

Seed

Soil Media

1:1:1 peatmoss, perlite, fine tuff

Pretreatment

Soak in water overnight

Depth sown

2 cm

Environment

Greenhouse at 10-25C

Expected success rate

0-35%

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This information was provided by Royal Botanic Garden, Jordan. For further information, or to
buy seeds or seedlings of this species, please contact: info@royalbotanicgarden.org