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Robinia pseudoacacia, commonly known in its native territory as black locust, is a medium-sized deciduous tree native to the southeastern United States, but it ...

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General Information. Symbol: ROPS. Group: Dicot. Family: Fabaceae. Duration: Perennial. Growth Habit: Tree. Native Status: CAN I L48 N. Other Common ...

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Purple robe black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia 'Purple Robe'): Flowers are ... Twisty Baby® black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia 'Lace Lady'): Smaller size tree  ...

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Jun 3, 2017 ... English : black locust; العربية : روبينية سنطية; azərbaycanca : Ağ akasiya; беларуская : Белая акацыя; български : бяла акация; bosanski : ...

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Jan 26, 2017 ... The eagerness of Robinia pseudoacacia to establish just about anywhere has a dark side; Black locust is often considered an invasive species ...

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Robinia pseudoacacia is native to North America. Range may be expanded by planting. See states reporting black locust. More: Fall Color Wood, External Links:

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Range Description: Robinia pseudoacacia is native to southeastern United States, but has been widely planted and naturalized elsewhere in temperate North ...

forest.jrc.ec.europa.eu/media/atlas/Robinia_pseudoacacia.pdf

T. Sitzia, A. Cierjacks, D. de Rigo, G. Caudullo. Robinia pseudoacacia L., commonly known as black locust, is a tree native to North America and is one of the ...

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In the past, Robinia pseudoacacia was used extensively for shipbuilding. Today it is used for posts, mine timbers, fuel, pulp, and nectar production for honey.