*** Please note that thornless honeylocust are grown from seed collected from parent trees that do not have thorns. The seedlings tend to have few or no thorns, but we cannot guarantee they will be 100% thornless ***
Latin: Gleditsia triacanthos inermis
Other common names: common honeylocust, thornless honey-locust
Mature Height: 30-70 ft.
Soil / Climate: Grows throughout the United States. Thornless honeylocust is easily transplanted and grown. Likes full sun and tolerant of most soils. Drought tolerant.
Notes: Bright yellow fall color. Commonly used shade tree. Fast grower. Brown seed pods about 8 inches long.
Wildlife: Seeds are eaten by a variety of animals, including cattle, rabbit, squirrels, and small birds.