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In July, Sue Muller, a natural resources technician with the county’s recreation and parks department, spotted a bisected honey locust moth, a North American species that had never been recorded in Maryland.
TruBee features honey (6 oz.) produced by free-range bees who forage for tulip poplar, fruit blossoms, and black locust in the spring.
But, as always, Mother Nature has called attention to herself in other ways, especially an attack of locusts.
At 15 percent, oaks will take up the largest segment of new trees, and honey locust, Japanese tree lilac, apple, linden, Dutch Elm Disease-resistant elms and some other varieties will be lining St. Paul streets, too.
St. Paul began planting a wider variety of trees in response to the destruction of elms, choosing trees like linden, honey locust, hackberry, Norway maple and ash.
Locusts! Instead of building a church, Answers in Genesis is sharing its teachings through a controversial biblical theme park designed to attract believers and nonbelievers alike.
A city plan to rezone the heart of Manhattan has touched off a new campaign to protect the afternoon light falling on a beloved park that offers honey locust trees, azaleas, pansies and a 25-foot-high waterfall.
Looking back up toward the meadow, through the burgundy foliage of Japanese maples, the laciness of golden locust and past the snowy bracts of dogwood (Cornus kousa x C. nuttallii ‘Venus’ and Cornus ‘
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