Common Name: dwarf hackberry Circumference: 60
Species: Height: 41
Scientific Name: Celtis tenuifolia Crown: 40
Native/Naturalized: Native to Virginia Points: 111
Status: alive Last Measured: 2009
National Champion: yes Last Measured by: Rod Simmons, Greg Zell
Comments: New national champ in 2010. One of a number of dwarf hackberries growing in the Alexandria National Cemetery complex. The cemetery, in Old Town Alexandria, is home to a number of historic gravesites and old tree specimens.

Location of Tree
Tree is located in: City of Alexandria Land Owner: City of Alexandria; Park Planning Division
GPS Coordinates: N 38.80003 W 77.05483 Owner Email:
The Alexandria National Cemetery is in Old Town Alexandria. This tree is growing on the edge of cemetery at the intersection of South Payne St. and Gibbon St.

Owner Address:
1108 Jefferson St.
Alexandria, Va. 22314

Owner Phone:
Contact Information
Contact Name: Rod Simmons Permission to Advertise: Yes
Contact Email: Contact Address:

Contact Phone:
Contact Info: Or contact Greg Zell (
Original Nominator(s): Rod Simmons, Greg Zell
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