Celtis africana – White stinkwood – Witstinkhout – Mpopano

Winter is only a month and half away and as such it is time to start planning your transplanting and relocation of deciduous trees! Celtis africana is a beautiful deciduous tree widely distributed in the Highveld of South Africa. Growing as an individual tree in the open and under favourable conditions, Celtis africana normally grows as a tree of [...]

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Celtis africana – White stinkwood – Witstinkhout – Mpopano

Winter is only a week away and as such it is time to start planning your transplanting of deciduous trees! Native to South Africa, Celtis africana is a fairly fast-growing shade tree attractive deciduous tree common in both high and low rainfall areas. It usually reaches a mature height of 12 m and a crown [...]

By |2020-05-28T13:14:56+02:00May 28th, 2020|Tree of the Week|Comments Off on Celtis africana – White stinkwood – Witstinkhout – Mpopano

Celtis africana – White stinkwood – Wit stinkhout

Indigenous to South Africa, the White Stinkwood is a wonderful addition to your garden. Celtis africana is a fairly fast growing, very attractive shade tree.  A deciduous tree that usually reaches 12 m in height, it has a dense broad crown in summer that can easily spread up to 10 m. This high branching tree [...]

By |2017-07-20T11:21:40+02:00July 20th, 2017|Tree of the Week|Comments Off on Celtis africana – White stinkwood – Wit stinkhout
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