A Honey Locust Tree can suffer several diseases. Consulting a local tree professional can help you identify honey locust issues in your specific area.
Locust borer larvae work the trunk and larger branches of younger trees.
Cankers of dead areas on tree’s stems caused by a fungus.
Root collar rot leads to killing of the tree
Dry summer or drought can kill parts or all of a Honey Locust Tree.
Popular landscaping tree used by urban municipalities and commercial property owners. Grows quickly and has small leaves which the wind can blow around reducing the need for large clean ups in Fall.
Locust Trees of the Honey Type, leaves go honey yellow in the Autumn ..
These are diseased trees and need of replacing!
Autumn picture of honey locust trees .
The honey locust tree variety has smaller leaves than the regular honey locust.
Leaves turn a bright yellow and are pretty when the sun passes though on a bright Fall day.
The thorn less honey locust is a popular tree choice for urban settings.
In this photo the honey locust tree overhangs the roof of an ornamental garden gazebo.
The leaves of the honey locust turn yellow in the fall.
Honey locust trees tower over an ornamental wooden gazebo feature in this garden design.
Sunburst Honey locust trees are popular landscape trees because of their light, feathery foliage that turns bright yellow in the Fall.
The honey locust can be identified by their compound leaves with 20 to 30 leaflets.