There are many varieties of oak trees that grow in nearly every temperate part of the world. The bur oak (sometimes spelled burr) is part of the white oak group and is native to much of eastern North America.
Hawthorns grow naturally as small trees or shrubs and are often found massed along stream bottoms where their thorny branches intertwine, providing sheltered nesting places for birds and other animals.
The honey locust is a North American native that grows naturally in the moist soils of river valleys from the Appalachians west to the eastern edge of the Great Plains and Central Texas. It’s a fast-growing, rounded tree that tops out between 65-100 feet.
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