A deciduous tree with an oval or rounded crown and bark that is dark brown and deeply furrowed. It suckers freely and often forms thickets. Young stems and branchlets have short spines. Small, bright green leaves above and paler beneath which become yellow in autumn. White, fragrant flowers in drooping sprays from September to November. Reddish-brown pods. The seeds, leaves and inner bark are poisonous seeds.
Every effort is being made to eradicate these category 1 B Invaders.
October, November, December, January
Robinia pseudoacaciaFamily Name: FABACEAE
Common Name: Black locust
5 m White October, November, December, January