Uses for Hackberry Lumber?

Answer Hackberry is a hardwood deciduous tree native to much of the eastern United States. The tree, scientifically known as Celtis occidentalis, is known for its rough bark. The hackberry, and its southe... Read More »

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Honey Locust Lumber Uses?

According to Purdue University Extension, honey locust hardwood is similar to red oak: coarse-grained and pink. Although honey locust grows extensively through a large section of the eastern portio... Read More »

What Are the Uses of Sugar Maple Lumber?

Two-thirds of all maple lumber is manufactured and produced in the Middle Atlantic and Great Lake states, according to Maple Info website. Maple lumber is classified in two groups: hard maples and... Read More »

Is the hackberry bush fruit edible?

Yes, according to Texas-Beyond-History, the fruit is edible. The three species of hackberry that grow in Southern Texas are high in calcium and crude protein, and rich in sugar. Other parts of t... Read More »

Special Care for the Hackberry Tree?

Hackberries generally are fast-growing shade trees, although some varieties grow more slowly. Leaf nipple gall, leaf spot and witches'-broom are maladies that commonly afflict hackberry trees. And ... Read More »