Robinia

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Robinia

 

(locust), a genus of deciduous trees and shrubs of the family Leguminosae. The stipules are spiny, and the compound leaves are oddly pinnate. The white, pink, and red flowers are in racemes. There are approximately 20 species, distributed mainly in North and Central America. Seven species are cultivated in the USSR. Particularly widespread is the black locust (R. pseudoacacia).

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But it is the golden-leafed Robinia pseudoacacia `Frisia' that is much loved by the general gardening public although you don't see much of it in the North.
Robinia x slavinii `Hillier' is an elegant small tree with delicate, fern-like leaves.