locust tree


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locust tree

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And it was TOO close--about 15 yards from the apple and locust trees.
It is May right now, the lilacs have bloomed, the irises are blooming now, the locust trees are beginning to bloom, and the dogs are constantly trying to catch the squirrels and bunnies on the land (unsuccessfully, so far).
Keeping track of heavily loaded locust trees and capitalizing on their late-season appeal can pay off.
The plantings included fir, beech, dogwood, spruce, larch, and locust trees - species that are resistant to the invasive beetle.
The buildings define the edge of the three-acre lake-front plaza, which also features walkways, landscaping, and table seating shaded by umbrellas and locust trees.
It is here at the cottage that we find the central metaphor of the text, the honey locust trees.
From each area, four mature black locust trees were selected (SR ISO 4471-1993), being cut in samples for wear testing (SR ISO 3129-1993).
Tulip poplars and black locust trees also make a fine honey.
Downtown's biggest landlord invested $8 million in the renovation of the park, which now features a pink granite ground cover, table seating, 500 in-ground lights and a grove of honey locust trees.
There was nothing on the pasture but an old well that wasn't working, three fenced sides, two entry gates, two hackberry trees, a few thorny locust trees, and an old sturdy cow pen/chute.
Six low-quality black locust trees with an average diameter at breast height of 20 cm were harvested for the experiments.