The iron-like wood of the black locust once provided strength to the U. Navy, while its fragrant blossoms brought ornament to the gardens of Washington and Jefferson — yet today, few Americans have seen one.
shagbark hickory cookies with maple frosting 1 cup light brown sugar cup shortening cup butter 1 beaten egg 1 tsp pure vanilla extract cups sifted flour tsp baking soda tsp salt 1 cup shagbark hickory nuts
POSM Note Black Locust - extra fast growing, for poor soils, nitrogen producing, bees like, excellent firewood. How about coppicing or pollarding your own self planted & managed wood lot to sustainable heat & cooking?
The yellowwood tree (Cladrastis lutea) was designated the state bicentennial tree of Tennessee in The yellowwood has wisteria-like blossoms in spring (approximately one foot long) and the leaves turn a bright gold in autumn.