Honey Locust Tree Pods?

Answer The honey locust tree (Gleditsia triacanthos), a member of the pea (Fabaceae) family, produces pod-shaped fruit that contain seeds and a sticky, sweet pulp that resembles honey and gives the tree i... Read More »

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Honey Locust Tree Identification?

The honey locust (Gleditsia triacanthos) is a medium-sized tree that can grow from 25 to 80 feet tall, depending on the cultivar and the geographic location. The tree is a member of the pea (Fabace... Read More »

Uses of Honey-Locust Wood?

The honey locust (Gleditsia triacanthos) is a large tree whose members have been used as street trees for decades. It is hard, resistant to decay and its wood does not shrink. The tree prefers a we... Read More »

Honey Locust Lumber Uses?

According to Purdue University Extension, honey locust hardwood is similar to red oak: coarse-grained and pink. Although honey locust grows extensively through a large section of the eastern portio... Read More »

How to Propagate Honey Locust Trees?

Honey locusts are tall, elegant-looking trees with light green, delicate, multi-lobed leaflets. The crown is open enough to allow light to penetrate while still providing good shade. The seeds form... Read More »