Also called Spiny Hackberry and Granjeno, usually a shrub but can grow into a tree with irrigation.
Flowers: J F M A M J J A S O N D
Origin: Sonoran Desert and the grassland regions of south-central and southeastern Arizona extending east to Texas and south into Mexico
Size: 5′ – 20′ high and wide
Sun: Full to part shade
Growth Rate: Slow to Moderate
Temperature: Hardy to about 10 F
Disease and Pests:
Uses: Shelter for bees, birds and butterflies, nectar source for bees, fruit for birds, larval host for the Empress Leilia, Mourning Cloak, Hackberry Emperor, American Snout, Randa’s Eyed Silkmoth, Tawny Emperor
Notes: Thorny, inconspicuous flowers
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