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Celtis australis

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ARBOL Celtis australis (ULMACEAE)

Almez, latonero
Origen Región Mediterránea
Full sun Medium water
Deciduous Dark green
Flor Little with yellow stamen
Baya o Fruta Rounded black green drupe
Alt.Max. 12/16 m
Anch.Max. 10/12 m
Zona ZONA 6

The tree can grow to 25 m in height, though 10 m is more common in cooler climates. The bark is smooth and grey, almost elephantine. The alternate leaves are narrow and sharp-toothed, rugose above and tomentose below, dark grey/green throughout the year, fading to a pale yellow before falling in autumn. The apetalous wind-pollinated flowers are perfect, small and green, either singly or in small clusters. The fruit is a small, dark-purple berry-like drupe, hanging in short clusters, and are extremely popular with birds and other wildlife. Long-living. The fruit of this tree is sweet and edible, and can be eaten raw or cooked. The leaves and fruit are astringent, lenitive and stomachic.

Diam Ltr Perim Trunk height Total Height Others
ARBOL CE40 30 14/16P
ARBOL CE40 30 16/18P
ARBOL CE40 30 18/20P
ARBOL CE40 30 20/25P
EJEMPLAR C95 285 30/40P
EJEMPLAR C102 500 40/60P