Honey Locust Tree

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.

 

 

Hemlock Tree, Eastern Type

Eastern Hemlock Tree Type showing the trunk and branches.

Scientific name is Tsuga canadensis and is classified as a coniferous tree, meaning it looses it’s foliage in winter.

Eastern Hemlock Tree growth is at 6 to 10 inches per year with a mature tree height of over 100 (33 meters) feet tall.