Honey locust Overview
The genus has about 14 species of deciduous, broadly spreading usually thorny trees. They are grown for their attractive foliage. The leaves are pinnate or bipinnate, They will produce inconspicuous flowers which are large and often twisted, and they will also produce hanging seed pods that are filled with a sweetish edible pulp.
How to propagate Honey locust
You can propagate the species by seeds in the autumn.
Selected forms by budding in late summer.
Other uses of Honey locust
Grown for their foliage.