(deciduous leaf-losing)

These false acacias grow well in dry soils, and established trees have a most attractive lacey bark. Plant from October to February.

Rohinia kelseyi, 10 ft., bears rosy-pink flowers in June, and is more suitable for a small garden than R. pseudoacacia.

R. pseudoacacia (false acacia or locust tree), 60 ft., attractive leaves split into leaflets; bears trails of white pea-flowers in June when established. This is an excellent tree for growing in town gardens.

Flowers of Robinia pseudoacacia

Flowers of Robinia pseudoacacia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

17. October 2012 by Dave Pinkney
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