[permaculture] honey locust trees

Jay Woods woodsjay at cox.net
Mon Nov 1 10:18:08 EST 2004

On a more helpful basis (than my writing that the email address is no good), 
IMHO seedless (male) honey locust trees are propagated not from seed but by 
cuttings. There are no markers that will indicate which trees are female 
until they start setting seed. You could propagate from cuttings, by 
stooling, or from roots. You could also overplant from seed (by a factor of 
two) and rogue 90% of the males (as soon as they express that trait). 

On Monday 01 November 2004 10:48 am, Keith Johnson wrote:
> Last  I heard,  Bear Creek  had gone  out of business. If they're back ,
>  I'd  like to know.
> Otherwise, I recommend that you check out the  alternates at
>  Permaculture Activist's Nursery page
> http://www.permacultureactivist.net/nurseries/PlntNursrys.htm
> keith
> Bill McDorman wrote:
> >Did you try Bear Creek Nursery?  Smartest folks I have spoken to.
> >
> >BearCreek at plix.com
> >
> >Bear Creek Nursery - 250 Antique apples, fruit and nut trees, edible
> >landscaping, and more.
> >P.O. Box 411, Northport, WA 99157. Tel: 509-732-6219, Fax: 509-732-4417
> >
> >---------------------------------------------------------------
> >Bill McDorman

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