Robinia hispida L.
Robinia hispida (13893 Bytes)
A small to medium-sized, suckering shrub of irregular habit, with long, glandular-bristly branches. Leaves pinnate up to 20 cm long. Single leaves elliptic up to 6 cm long and 4 cm wide. Short racemes of large, deep rose flowers, 2-4 cm long in May and June.

Home: South-East USA

Other views: Leaves

Cultivated: Germany

Author: Rainer Oberle

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