16,879 Locust Leaves Home Design Photos

Lynn Chalk
9 Reviews
Custom Window Treatments by Lynn Chalk
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These custom drapes are made in a Schumacher fabric called Locust Leaves. It is 100% Organic.
Locust Leaves
“rod placed over a foot above windows” — yolymjimenez
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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In my area honey locust sucker profusely popping up everywhere you don't want them to
overcomes the tiny trouble of removing the suckers! I don't know how many people complimented this tree: everyone loves the tiny twisting and curling leaves and they always want to know what it is! I live in Quebec (Canada) and those trees are rarely planted here, unfortunately!
Golden Locust Tree - grows fast - has thorns on limbs
Golden locust tree (Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia') The golden color leaves will create
The golden locust tree shines a foliage spotlight on the entire scene. The chartreuse leaves of spring and summer turn a softer yellow in fall — a beautiful counterpoint to the adjacent maple and a nice contrast to the cedar-shingled
“golden locust tree” — debbie78
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Wagner Residence
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partner Keith, you can see them at hkeithwagner.com. The trees are Honeylocust - our very favorite terrace tree for it's light dappled shade and small leaves that don't require raking in the fall.
favorite terrace tree for it's light dappled shade and small leaves that don't require raking in the fall.
honey locust has light arbor-- is there a cultivar that stays small?
honey locust for screening or pot
Honey locust trees in the stones
Honey Locust lets a lot of light reach the ground
Honey locusts are a popular choice for courtyards and patios too. Because they are a pioneer species in agricultural fields, they can lend a rural feel to a design, like in this photo. Also, you can grow shade-tolerant grasses and plants underneath them because of their dappled light. Honey locusts are
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Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Mount Bonnell Modern
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Can anyone confirm that this is a honey locust tree? It looks like it to me but I am far from sure! TIA! Becky
Fun facts: • The pulp of the honey locust can be fermented into a strong alcohol. • The honey locust does not actually produce any honey; it got its name
narrow trex/locust walkway around east side of house, narrow, and cut out for the big tree.
Fun facts:• The pulp of the honey locust can be fermented into a strong alcohol.• The honey locust does not actually produce any honey; it got its name from the the sticky residue that forms inside of its seedpods.More
“Concrete finish” — francesbreid
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Redwood City Contemporary
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black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), teak (Tectona grandis), ipe (Tabebuia spp), California redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) and bald cypress (Taxodium distichum). These have the highest resistance to rot over time.
Naturally resistant woods that are commercially available include black locust (Robinia
Rot-resistant wood: Black locust, teak, ipe (trumpet tree), California redwood, bald cypress
available include black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), teak (Tectona grandis), ipe (Tabebuia spp), California redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) and bald cypress (Taxodium distichum). These have the highest resistance to rot over time.
Naturally resistant woods that are commercially available include black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), teak (Tectona grandis), ipe (Tabebuia spp), California redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) and bald cypress (Taxodium distichum)
“I would consider corner benches like this.” — Greg Stewart
Modern Exterior
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Seasonal interest: Fragrant yellow-green flowers in spring; bright green compound leaves in summer; yellow autumn color; dark, furrowed bark to admire in winter When to plant: Fall
triacanthos inermis Common name: Honey locust (thornless) USDA zones: 4 to 8 (find your zone) Water requirement: Very little beyond initial planting Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 60 to 100 feet tall; 50 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: The honey locust tolerates drought, flooding and heat
Distinguishing traits. While honey locusts are known for their wicked thorns, this thornless cultivar is much more user friendly. Honey locusts are best known for their beautiful dappled light. They have deeply furrowed, dark gray or blackish
“cool” — alliance61
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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verbena until the very end of summer.Yet without a strong framework of foliage, all of these would be just a collection of pretty flowers. The golden locust tree and Grace smoke bush add solid blasts of color to satisfy our human desire for structure and ensure that our hummingbird garden is attractive
verbena until the very end of summer. Yet without a strong framework of foliage, all of these would be just a collection of pretty flowers. The golden locust tree and Grace smoke bush add solid blasts of color to satisfy our human desire for structure and ensure that our hummingbird garden is attractive
verbena until the very end of summer.Yet without a strong framework of foliage, all of these would be just a collection of pretty flowers. The golden locust tree and Grace smoke bush add solid blasts of color to satisfy our human desire for structure and ensure that our hummingbird garden is attractive
“colorful, makes use of dayllies and lavender” — Magdalena Hurwitz
Farmhouse Hall
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These are dried leaves mounted on paper.
art from leaves of trees on property
be collecting leaves along the way...
Cool leaves. Might be cool to lay leaf down and spray outline
I like the leaf images. I could spend a summer water-coloring leaves I find on hikes and then do something like that.
Fall leaves - put them in simple painted
WALL DECOR These leaves make an organic (not to mention clever) statement on the wall. This would be a particularly fun project to enjoy with your kids or grandkids or neighborhood children. Have your diminutive helpers collect the leaves, then press
6. Savor leaves in the home. Last but not least, you can keep autumn's beauty alive by incorporating some long-lasting foliage — like this leaf collection — into your home decor.
“interesting hallway” — bluefish29
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