I just finished this article on the hackberry tree. I hope it makes for some good winter reading. They are one of my favorite trees and definitely the worst named.[url=]Hackberry Article Thanks,
Twisted Tree Farm and Nursery
Location: In a rain shadow - Fremont County, Southern CO
posted 4 years ago
we have a hackberry on our farm - its the only hackberry that i know of in my area. they certainly arent as common around here.
we bought it because i recognized the name from permaculturebooks and didnt want to pass it up. glad to hear it has berries and propagates easy.
http://www.cloud9farms.com/ - Southern Colorado - Zone 5 (-19*f) - 5300ft elevation - 12in rainfall plus irrigation rights
Dairy cows, "hair" sheep, Kune Kune pigs, chickens, guineas and turkeys
I child proofed my house but they still get in. Distract them with this tiny ad: