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Planted in 2009, and also in the 1980s.

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For homeowners looking at the Honey Locust as a lawn tree, be sure to purchase a thorn-less and sterile variety.

Look for our young Honey Locust north of the Gazebo, and the mature Honey Locust north of the Heritage Corkscrew Willow.

The Dumont Shade Tree Commission has approved the Honey Locust Tree (L) for the Adopt-A-Tree Program.  To Apply for an Adopt-A-Tree, contact Borough Hall, or Click Here.

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