We have a very old, tall Hackberry tree that this fall is dropping thousands...
We have a very old, tall Hackberry tree that this fall is dropping thousands of twigs and berries.
Franklin County Ohio
I live near a historic village and one of things I learned last summer is that the local indigenous peoples ate and enjoyed the berries from a hackberry tree. And now reading of the tree I see it can be a wonderful native plant in our landscape. Here are some links to information about hackberry that may help you:
I’m not sure of the amount of water that fell last summer in your area, but a dry summer drought has a negative effect on trees. The drought creates stress on trees. The trees are living things needing water-without enough the branches can die.
If you are trying to identify disease on a plant, try this website:
If you need help finding a certified arborist in your area, you can check-out the International Society of Arboriculture's Website at www.treesaregood.com and click on the icon "Find an Arborist."