How to Propagate Honey Locust Trees?

Answer 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 »

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How do I propagate black locust cuttings?

Harvest CuttingTake a cutting from the current year's growth on a healthy parent black locust tree during its winter dormancy. This is called a hardwood cutting and is the most successful cutting m... Read More »

How to Propagate a Twisty Baby Dwarf Locust?

Black locust trees include numerous cultivars, such as Lace Lady, which goes by the botanical name of Robinia pseudoacacia. Twisty baby black locust is the common name for this ornamental variety o... Read More »

Honey Locust Tree Pods?

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 »

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 »