Leaf Identification

The Common Thornless Honeylocust has pinnately compound leaves with oblong leaflets that are 1/2″ to 1″ long. They are a bright green and turn yellowish-gold in the fall.

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Twig and Bud Identification

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Bark Identification

The Common Thornless Honeylocust has dark gray bark. It has very long, defined strips.

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Fruit Identification

The fruit of the Common Thornless Honeylocust are purplish-brown seed pods.

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Flower Identification

The flowers of the American Elm are greenish-yellow. They are racmes.

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‘Skycole’ Identification

The ‘Skycole’ cultivar does not require much water and is heat tolerant.

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