The Shademaster Honeylocust works as almost a perfect lawn tree. This tree offers a nice and lovely green leaves through out all the summer, and turn into lovely golden-yellow in the fall. The native American tree provides a great shade to your lawn over the year except in the autumn. In autumn, its leaves fall down. Its seed pods and seeds are consumed by livestock and wildlife such as rabbits, deer, squirrels and northern bobwhite. The flowers provide a good source of food for bees.
Growth Rate: It grows at a fast rate, with a increases of more than 2 feet per year.
Mature Size: This tree grows up to 40-70 feet.
Soil Preference: This Honeylocust grows best in acidic, alkaline, moist, dry and salty soils.