Available in lots of 25 ($22 for 25 seedlings)
Honeylocust is native to eastern Nebraska. This medium-lived, relatively fast growing tree lends itself well to windbreak plantings. The fine-textured foliage of the honeylocust gives partial shade and turns a golden yellow in the fall. Honeylocust is used in multi-row windbreaks to increase the effective height of the windbreak. The twisted flat seed pods are 6-10 inches long. Cattle often eat the seed pods because they have a sweet taste.
Mimosa webworm and other insects present minor problems. Canker diseases may cause occasional branch dieback but are usually not serious problems unless the trees are in a weakened condition. The "thornless" variety is distributed.
Nebraska's Natural Resources Districts were formed to help Nebraskans respond to natural resources challenges with local control and local solutions. The Lower Elkhorn NRD is ready to help you conserve and care for your water, soil, trees, and wildlife. Protecting Lives. Protecting Property. Protecting the Future.
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Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District • 601 E. Benjamin Avenue, Suite 101 • Norfolk, NE 68701 • email@example.com
Phone: 402.371.7313 • Office Hours: 8am-4:30pm M-F