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Hop Hornbeam


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Hop Hornbeam – Carpinus Caroliniana

Climate Zone: 5 to 8

Mature Height: 20 to 30 feet

Mature Width: 10 to 20 feet

Sunlight: partial sun to full sun

Soil conditions: drought tolerant, well drained, moist, acidic, sandy, clay, easily adaptable

Botanical Name: Carpinus Caroliniana

Hop hornbeam is a small tree that inhabits hardwood forests. You can find hop hornbeam growing near the edges of swamps, streams, and rivers in bottomland hammocks. Its range is throughout the Midwestern and eastern United States from northern Florida to southeastern Canada. Because hop hornbeam is not a large tree, it lacks economic importance. The wood is similar to hornbeam in its density and strength. It was also used to make tool handles for mallets and posts.


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