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Gleditsia triacanthos, honey locust
... Gleditsia triacanthos, honey locust Gleditsia triacanthos L. Family: Fabaceae (pea, bean, etc.) Common name: honey locust Tree to 20 m (65 ft) tall and 50 cm (20 in) in diameter. Bark ...
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Alley-Cropping Combinations for the Southeastern USA
... Mimosa Ash Oaks Basswood Ornamentals (various) Birch Paulownia Black Locust Peach Chestnut Pecan Christmas Conifers Persimmon Cottowood Pines Dogwood Poplars Hazelnut Sycamore Honey Locust Walnut Maples Willows Research by the University of Florida ...
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TREE PLANTING TIME
... . the way water is transported, stored and used. For instance, Oak, Elm, Chestnut, Robinia-Black Locust are ring porous trees. In these, on cross section, you see the vessels quite large ... the early growth season after which they close down. On the other hand, Maple, Sycamore, Honey Locust and Tulip Tree are diffuse porous trees with the vessels equally distributed over the cross ...
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Companion Plants for Rhododendron
... . The plants grow best under deep-rooted trees such as ash, oak, sweet gum and honey locust. Although astilbes will grow in sun, shade intensifies the color of the flowers and makes ...
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Environmental Drought
... . the way water is transported, stored and used. For instance, Oak, Elm, Chestnut, Robinia-Black Locust are ring porous trees. In these, on cross section, you see the vessels quite large ... the early growth season after which they close down. On the other hand, Maple, Sycamore, Honey Locust, Tulip Tree are diffuse porous trees with the vessels equally distributed over the cross section ...
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DIAGNOSING PLANT DAMAGE - Define the Problem
... to the person who is not familiar with the specific plant. For example, the 'Sunburst' honey locust might appear to be suffering from a nutrient deficiency because of its chlorotic yellow-green ...
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Trees Part 4
... Hickory Magnolia Cedar Pear (Bradford) Osage-orange Sweetgum Mimosa Crab Apples Mesquite Hercules Club Redbud Honey locust Dogwood Chinaberry Boxelder Palms Mountain Laurel Catalpa Chinese Tallow Oriental Oaks Quercus ilex Chinese Holly ...
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Vegetative Terminology (Part 2)
... America actually have enlarged, hollowed-out, stipular spines occupied by stinging ants. Thorns of the honey locust (Gleditsia triacanthos), a shade tree native to the eastern United States. The sharp-pointed thorns ... pinnate leaf because it has a single terminal leaflet. In some species, such as black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), the stipules at the base of the petiole are modified into a pair ...
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Fruit Terminology (Part 1)
... Used For Vegetables Note: Some legume fruits are indehiscent, including the carob tree, mesquite and honey locust. In addition, some legume fruits are oblong, rounded, kidney-shaped (reniform), or coiled (spiral-shaped ...
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... of White Ash showing the: terminal leaflet, rachis, petiolule, petiole. Bi-pinnately Compound Leaf of Honey-locust. Palmately Compound Leaf of Horse-chestnut. Leaf Shapes Elliptical - the leaf is widest about the ...
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