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Would you like to see all different kinds of songbirds congregating on your property throughout the fall and winter months? Cold Stream Farm has common hackberry for sale to entice bluebirds, yellow-bellied sapsuckers, mockingbirds, cedar waxwings, and other songbirds to pay you a visit. Also known as the sugarberry tree, the nettletree, and the false elm tree, common hackberry (Celtis occidentalis) trees produces small purple berries that drive songbirds wild. They will also encourage small animals like squirrels, foxes, beavers, and more to come around more often than they do.

The common hackberry for sale through Cold Stream Farm doesn’t grow to be as tall as many other trees. They’ll only get to be about 30 to 40 feet tall once they reach full maturity. They’re very hardy trees that can withstand most conditions. They can flourish in both moist and dry soils and are often put into place in places where other trees wouldn’t be able to grow. They’re even sometimes positioned near rivers to prevent erosion from taking place and to reduce the threat of flooding.

Whether you want to invite more songbirds onto your property or put trees in a place where they’ll serve a purpose by stopping erosion from occurring, Cold Stream Farm has what you’re searching for. You can take full advantage of common hackberry trees by purchasing a deciduous hackberry tree for sale from us and putting it to the test. It’ll prove to be a great type of tree for those who want something that can stand up to almost any conditions you put it in.

To get more information on common hackberry trees, call Cold Stream Farm at 231-464-5809. We can tell you more about them and set you up with common hackberry in several different sizes.