Honey Locust Gleditsia triacanthos L.

Leguminosae The honey locust was named for the botanist Gottlieb Gleditsch and for its three-branched, 5 to 15-centimetre-long spines, which grow on the trunk and branches. It is a native of eastern-North America, where it is found on moist, rich soils from Texas northward to the 43rd parallel. It can tolerate drier situations, and is … Read more