Can you tell me what kind of tree this is?

Discussion in 'Woods for Smoking' started by bigmoe615, Aug 19, 2015.

  1. bigmoe615

    bigmoe615 Fire Starter



    Hi everyone,

    I have a tree in my back yard that a branch fell off of. It's not big and don't have to use it but I'm curious if I could. I looked all over the Internet and the closest thing in my opinion would be a mimosa tree...BUT I haven't seen any flowering or any seed pods anywhere so not sure if it's that. I live in Nashville TN in a subdivision. So I'm guessing it was something that may have been planted by the previous owner. (We have been in this house less than 2 years) i attached a pic of the bark and the leaves. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
     
  2. dcarch

    dcarch Smoking Fanatic

    Honey locust?

    dcarch
     
  3. bigmoe615

    bigmoe615 Fire Starter

    I thought about that too but I thought those had thorns? I didn't see any thorns so I ruled out black and honey locust...
     
  4. bigmoe615

    bigmoe615 Fire Starter

    After further research I think you are right it's probably a thornless variety of honey or black locust. So my next question is it ok/decent to smoke with?
     
  5. ivanstein

    ivanstein Fire Starter

    We have a mimosa. The leaves are made up of smaller leaves that are made up of smaller leaves. They "shut" at night. That is not a mimosa. However, I am on board with the honey locust line of thought. Not all honey locust have thorns.
     
  6. bbqwillie

    bbqwillie Smoking Fanatic

    The "leaves" are to big to be Mimosa. Looks more like a Honey Locus.
     

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