FAMILIAR TREES OF SOUTH CAROLINA CLEMSON EXTENSION BUL 117

Sugarberry
Celtis laevigata
The sugarberry tree is found along streams and in bottomland areas. The bark is silvery and develops corky warts and ridges on the trunk. The fruit is a drupe which turns orange to dark red when ripe.

Natural distribution in South Carolina


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