Celtis australis (Southern Nettle-tree)
Native: South Europe and south-west Asia
Location: Planted for shade at roadsides in south Europe and occasionally for ornament elsewhere, though may be damaged by frost.
Leaves are rough to the touch above, downy beneath.
The bark yields a yellow dye.
Flowers open in May, male and female on the same tree, females developing into the fruit.
Fruits are about 1.2cm across and ripen to reddish brown in September. These are edible but rather tiny.