[permaculture] Honey Locust cultivars

Keith Johnson keithdj at mindspring.com
Wed Feb 18 17:28:49 EST 2009

They're easily grown from seed and available in bulk quantities of 
saplings from Lawyer Nursery (also sells seeds of the Triacanthos 
inermis - a mostly thornless cultivar).

rafter t. sass wrote:
> Anyone know of any sources for hardy, productive, high-sugar Gleditsia  
> triacanthos?
> I'm looking at Zone 4.
> I hope someone out there is maintaining (maybe even improving) the  
> fantastic genetic heritage of this species.
> Thanks...
> ~rafter


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