||Honeylocust (Gleditsia triacanthos)
||Also known as locust, sweet locust, and thorny locust.
||Grows in United States and Canada.
||Straight grained with light red to reddish brown heartwood and yellowish sapwood.
||Heavy, hard, and strong with moderately high shock resistance and stiffness. Very decay resistant heartwood. Stable in use.
||Can be difficult to machine. Pre-drilling required for screwing or nailing. Stains and finishes well.
||Used for fenceposts and rails, posts, beams, crossties, rough construction, dowels, concealed furniture parts, decks, chests, chairs, tables, and miscellaneous interior construction.