where can I locate a Twisty Baby Dwarf Honey Locust - Knowledgebase Question

Salina, KS
Question by bburwell1
June 12, 2005
At least 7 yrs. age I purchased a Twisty Baby Dwarf Honey Locust that was from your nursery and am trying to locate where I could find another.
I only see on your web site a Twisty Baby Dwarf Black Locust......do you not have the honey locust anymore ????
Thank you, Berniece Burwell


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Answer from NGA
June 12, 2005

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Thank you for asking. Gleditsia triancanthos (honey locust) is not listed at all in the current Monrovia on line plant listing. Robinia pseudoacacia 'Lace Lady' is the botanical name for Twisty Baby dwarf black locust. Maybe this really is what you had, it is so easy to confuse the common names.

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