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Robinia pseudoacacia 'Umbraculifera' (False acacia 'Umbraculifera')

Other names: Black locust 'Umbraculifera', Robinia pseudoacacia 'Inermis', Mop-head acacia

'Umbraculifera' is a multi-stemmed, suckering, thornless, deciduous shrub or compact, rounded tree with pinnate, leaves divided into oblong, dark blue-green leaflets turning yellow in autumn and, infrequently, racemes of white, fragrant flowers in summer followed by dark brown seed pods.
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Ultimate spread 6m
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Ultimate height 6m
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Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia' (False acacia 'Frisia')

'Frisia' is a bushy, large, deciduous tree with pinnate leaves, golden-yellow when young turning greenish-yellow later in summer, and often orange-yellow in autumn. Racemes of white, fragrant flowers in summer are followed by dark brown seed pods in autumn.
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Ultimate spread 8m
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Ultimate height 15m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
to maturity
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Robinia neomexicana (New Mexico locust)

Other names: New Mexican locust, Southwestern locust, Hojalito, Rusby's locust

R. neomexicana is an upright, thicket-forming, spiny, deciduous shrub or small tree with pinnate, hairy, blue-green leaves divided into numerous lance-shaped, narrowly ovate, or oblong leaflets and pendent racemes of pink flowers in early summer followed by brown seed pods.
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Ultimate spread 5m
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Ultimate height 6m
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Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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Robinia hispida (Rosa acacia )

Other names: Bristly locust, Moss locust

R. hispida is an upright, suckering shrub with bristly shoots bearing palmate, dark green leaves and, in late spring and early summer, pendent racemes of light rose-pink flowers, followed by bristly brown seed pods.
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Ultimate spread 3m
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Ultimate height 2.5m
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Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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