Black Locust for Honey Locust

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  1. PennyPlank

    PennyPlank New Seed

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    I am growing Black Locust trees for firewood. This year (2nd) the trees have blossomed and I would be looking for someone to swap these seeds for Honey Locust, so that I have 2 species being grown for firewood.
     
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  3. stratsmom

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    Hmmmmmmmm, I have some kind of locust tree, not sure what kind it is though. The seed pods are long, brown, flat, banana peel looking things. Interested??
     
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    I just might have the honey locust you are looking for! I googled it and mine matches the one that came up. Doesn't blossom but has serious, long thorns and grows pretty darn fast! Do you need just the beans or the whole pod?
     
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