Goldenrain Tree

Goldenrain Tree

 

(Laburnum anagyroides), a shrub or small tree (up to 5 m high) of the family Leguminosae. The leaves are ternate on long leaf stalks. The bisexual flowers are yellow and grow in long pendulous racemes. The fruit is a pod with obscure necks. The seeds are colored black. The goldenrain tree grows wild in southern Europe. In the USSR (the southern European USSR, the Caucasus, and Middle Asia) it is cultivated in gardens and parks. It contains cystine, a poisonous alkaloid.

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Another plant, goldenrain tree, has been grown on this side of the Pacific for longer, and is generally most flamboyant in summer, when its covered with small yellow flowers.
mimosifolia), or silk tree (Albizia julibrissin) with bold-leafed types such as goldenrain tree (Koel-reuteria paniculata), palms, or Southern magnolia (M.
LANDSCAPE NOTES: Goldenrain Tree is a definite focal point in the landscape.
In central and northern peninsular Florida, the "flat-podded" goldenrain tree Koelreuteria elegans from southeast Asia was introduced in the 1950s and has subsequently been colonized by the bug.
In addition, the annual seed crop of the introduced goldenrain tree is much more ephemeral than that of the native host, and this may have selected for the derived race's tendency to develop faster on its home host than does ancestral-type race on its home host.
For example, females of both races that fed as adults on the native balloon vine produced larger eggs than did those fed on the introduced goldenrain tree (Carroll et al.
Eastern red maple (Acer rubrum) European hornbean (Carpinus betulus) Goldenrain tree (Koelreuteria paniculata) Swamp white oak (Quercus bicolor) Turkish hazel (Corylus colurna)
He noted that the city manager recently sent a letter to Hillcroft Avenue residents in which he suggested that the goldenrain tree would be one of two trees that would be replanted to replace those taken down.
Noting that the goldenrain tree is a highly invasive tree, Mr.
Goldenchain and goldenrain trees, Japanese pagoda trees and fall witch hazel are all trees that will adapt to your home site.
In fact, for all the open spaces of the cemetery, trees and shrubs abound: cedars of Lebanon, Roman pines, Monterey cypress, Italian cypress, eucalyptus, oleanders, panicled goldenrain trees, pink crepe myrtle.