Thornless Honey Locust (Gleditsia tricanthos 'Inermis')

GPS Coordinates: 40.02749, -75.312728

The Thornless Honey Locust tree (Gleditsia tricanthos 'Inermis') is particularly ideal for the College setting. These hardy trees can adapt to many different soil conditions and allow enough light to favor growth below, while their fragrant seed pods are consumed by many different kinds of wildlife. Though these trees are also known to tolerate a great deal of pollution, Honey Locusts can thrive without the presence of such here, as Bryn Mawr provides one of the most environmentally-friendly spaces among other colleges.

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