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Honey Locust Tree

Ships In Fall (Near End of October)
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$11.99

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Honey locust Latin Name: Gleditsia triancanthos Plant Hardiness Zones: USDA zones 4-9 Mature Height- 30-70 ft Mature Width- 30-50 ft Bloom Season- Late spring

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Benefits of the Honey Locust Tree - This Tree Ships at 1-3 Feet In Height

 
If you're looking for a beautiful tree that offers an abundance of shade, then the Honey Locust is the perfect tree. This tree is often used in parks and on urban sidewalks because of the shade it provides from its large, open foliage and its ability to withstand rough conditions such as drought and most urban environments and settings. 

The Honey Locust grows rapidly at a rate of two feet per year. While it can adapt to different moisture elements within its soil, this tree grows best in soil that is sandy or loamy. 

The Honey Locust is characterized by its greenish, sometimes reddish-brown, thorny branches, and its green, jagged leaflets. Leaflets from the Honey Locust tree start out with gorgeous green coloring, turning slightly yellowish during the fall months and grow almost symmetrical, with leaves being spread out on both sides of its branch. This tree is considered low maintenance during the fall months because when the leaflets fall, they blend in with the grass, significantly cutting down on the need to rake. 

When choosing a Honey Locust tree to complement your yard, you'll want to make sure to choose a thornless variety. The Honey Locust is mostly insect and disease resistant making it a great addition to your yard. And while the Honey Locust does not bare commonly edible fruit, some types of Honey Locust do produce pods that contain seeds and a honey-like substance. Overall, the Honey Locust is an undemanding tree that is sure to add character and beauty to any space it dwells in.

 

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