is a fast-growing species that could be cultivated on marginal land as an energy and fiber crop.
After breaking through quarantine in Brooklyn and Queens last fall, the beetles have been sucking the life-blood out of maple, horse chestnut, poplar, willow, elm, ash and black locust
with virtual impunity on their long march to the hardwood forests of New York, Vermont and New Hampshire.
Turn on a black light, and some species such as black locust
Among the creative recipes you'll find Curried Daylilies, Wild Carrot Croquettes, Sesame Rice with Stinging Nettles, Fiddleheads Almondine, Wisteria Sourdough Pancakes, Wild Garlic Salad, Black Locust
Vanilla Pudding, and so much more.
Air pollution has reduced the growth of the park's tulip poplar, green ash, sweet gum, black locust
, eastern hemlock, pitch pine, and various plant species as well.
There is a legend about the tenacity of the black locust
mentioned in the book "Cold Mountain" by Charles Frazier.
On a 14-square-mile wildlife preserve called The Wilds, zebra and rhinoceros roam the rolling plains while giraffe munch black locust
As of this writing, our termite B & B still stands, but only because it once was surrounded by five towering black locust
The chemical responsible for the aroma -- methyl anthranilate -- is also found in such fragrant flowers as black locust
, tuberose, orange and, yes, jasmine.
Among the trees planted were northern red oak, white oak, sycamore, sugar maple, white ash, black cherry, black locust
, red bud and various pines.
Climbing into my stand 25 feet above a maze of deer paths, I remained hidden in the cluster of black locust
We cannot wear them very far from our house due to thorns, prickers and black locust