The Old City Cemetery

Pollinator Garden

The strange and intimidating Honey Locust grows huge thorns, up to 4 inches long, in dense clusters along the trunk. Some scientists believe that this tree grew thorns to protect itself from prehistoric animals, specifically the Mastodon (like a giant, furry elephant). A great example of a Honey Locust tree here at OCC can be found near the north east corner of the Confederate Section and Carl Cato garden.

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