Thornless Honey Locust - Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis - 'Big Fatty' 5 scions

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Big Fatty is a cultivar of Thornless Honey Locust with large pods. It was originally harvested and introduced from the old Hershey Nursery in Downingtown, PA. It is annual bearing, unlike other cultivars.


The scions vary from 9-12 inches long. Each scion is large enough for multiple grafts. 


This is a listing for 5 unrooted cuttings used for grafting. Store sealed in a fridge until ready to graft in spring.


I get good takes field grafting established rootstocks. I either bark graft or whip and tongue graft. Photos are from 2022 when one of my grafts made their first pods.

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Product Overview

LATIN NAME: Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis

COMMON NAME: Thornless Honey Locust

USES: edible pods, nitrogen-fixer, biomass, nectary


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