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I found quite a few along a hillside with scattered locust trees and a couple of short tree rows.
The locust tree seedpods raft gamely on a journey for which they did not
For other species, such as the black locust tree (Robinia pseudoacacia), there is evidence that they lived in Ontario before the last Ice Age but haven't had time to get back here again naturally just yet.
Two years ago, during February's world-class windstorm, a large locust tree in MacDonald's backyard blew over and damaged her garage.
They got together and decided on a locust tree specimen, then contacted Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council to find out how they would go about planting it in Riversley Park.
Scientists believe the resin that eventually became Dominican amber came from Hymenaea protera, a tree closely related to today's West Indian locust tree, Hymenaea courbaril.
If there is a lone honey locust tree in your hunting area, and it is dropping its fruit pods, then that's where you want to be," McIntyre concluded.
My favorite factoid: Seeds of the honey locust tree are so toughly coated that they will not sprout for gardeners unless the outer layer is mechanically cracked or the seed dipped into sulfuric acid.
When Dave saw a huge, dead black locust tree near his home, something about the shape reminded him of one of his favorite insects.
And once before mowing over a few twigs from a locust tree, I got off the Murray to pick them up.
Doug chose to try an area where several deer had consistently been feeding under a locust tree in a small clover field.