Shademaster Honey Locust mess
I have 2 Shademaster Honey Locust trees, both thornless and seedless. Over the years they drop more and more green catkin/powder stuff, that now it builds up to almost 3-4 inches thick on my deck and lawn in a matter of a couple of days. They are planted about 15' apart and are 20 years old. Is there any thing that can be done short of removing them to stop this? Is there something wrong with them? I've looked up the problem on the internet, but the only thing I can find is that they are non-messy trees. I wonder, is 2 of them in the same area causing this? Thanks so much in advance for any thoughts!