Honey Locust

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A branching thorn of Honey Locust, being an indurate leafless branch developed from an accessory bud far above the axial: at the cut portion below, three other buds are concealed under the petiole.


Botany, plants, thorns


Trees: D-H


Asa Gray The Elements of Botany for Beginners and for Schools (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: American Book Co., 1887)


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