Turning Archive 2008
>Is there an easy way to distinguish between honey locust and black locust, without looking at the leaves? For instance, if a tree has been felled and cut into logs, and I am told it's locust but not sure which, how can I determine if it's honey or black? I live near Washington, DC, in case it makes any difference.
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- How do I distinguish between honey & black locust?