Robinia pseudoacacia (Black Locust)

Robinia pseudoacacia - Commonly called black locust, is medium sized, suckering, deciduous tree that typically grows to 30-50’ tall. At its best, it will grow as a broadly columnar single trunk tree with a narrow oblong crown. It is noted for its attractive compound leaves and pendant racemes of pea-like flowers. Branches are usually armed with short paired spines. Pinnate dark blue-green leaves. Leaves turn uneventful yellow in fall. Fragrant wisteria-like white flowers in pendant racemes bloom in late spring. Flowers are followed by smooth, flat, purple-brown seed pods. This species is also commonly called common locust, yellow locust, white locust, green locust, pea flower locust and false acacia. Family: Fabaceae  

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