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- The pods of the honey locust are often found in clusters of two or three. The honey locust usually produces a large fruit crop only every 2-3 years with the southern trees often having larger crops than the northern trees. Once formed, these pods can remain on the tree from September to February.
- The bristly locust tree is a large flowering shrub with compound leaves, pink pea-like scented flowers, and reddish-brown seed pods
- Seed pods, cones, flowers, and fruit are major markers that help in keying out and identifying specific species of tree.
- Common Name: Sunburst honey locust Mature Size: 30 to 40 feet tall, up to 40-foot spread Plant Type: Deciduous tree
- While honey locust trees drop both small leaflets from their compound leaves and purple seed pods, these drop around the same time in fall. The resulting mess is rather easy to clean-up, though the small leaflets are a bit difficult to manually rake. With all of that said, read below to learn more about what you can expect from a honey locust tree.
- Great for craft projects and will add a touch of nature to your projects.
- Wreath is for inspiration only. This listing is for 18 Honey Locust Seed Pods only.
Honey Locust Tree Pods 7"-12" (set of 12 pods) Perfect addition to your florals and handcrafted projects! Naturally dried Honey Locust Tree Pods ready to use. Can be lacquered or finished with light floor wax. Shown in 4" stemless glass (not included) These beautiful dark brown pods average 7 inches to 12 inches long and have been recently gathered from mature trees in Ilinois. Honey locust has pods that contain edible seeds, while the pods of other locust tree varieties are primarily for reproductive use. The honey locust was one of the most popular trees used after the decline of the American elm. Honey Locust can produce pods as early as 10 years of age or maybe even earlier. A fifteen-year-old tree will produce a lot of pods. Anyway, deer do eat the black pods of honey locust trees. The honey locust tree has a wide canopy, and this helps grass to grow in its shade. It has a rapid growth rate and lives up to an average age of 100 years. Excellent producer of large, sweet pods on a low thorn tree. Said to have a 18 pod per pound average weight. Named after John W Hershey who long ago did survey trials that showed honey locust pods to be a quite delicious and acceptable food for humans.