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Black locust


Of all the native species that like to grow here, I think I dislike black locust the most. This is because the young trees sprout everywhere, they grow fast, and they have vicious thorns. The stems are tough, so they’re hard to get rid of.

However, in the spring, the locust trees redeem themselves with dripping pods of flowers that have a really pleasant, springy scent.

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