The Sunburst Honeylocust is a native mid-western United States tree. Its compound leaves are fern-like, with a fine texture, and the branching pattern is relatively open and airy. The new foliage starts out yellow, morphs to a still attractive greenish-yellow, and turns a plainer light green shade in summer. When it is time for the fall display, the leaves return to the yellow color that marked them in spring.
Growth Rate: This a fast growing tree, which can be increased more than 2 feet per year.
Mature Size: It grows up to a height of 35-45 feet.
Soil Preference: This tree is wide adaptable in terms of soil preference. It grows best in moist, loam, clay soil.