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Mequon Campus Trees: Dwarf Black Locust

Name

Robinia pseudoacacia 'Lace Lady'

Dwarf Black Locust

described by Matt Handelman

Photos

Winter form

Description

 

Moderate growing to 15 ft. tall and wide .Bird Friendly, Dwarf Plant, North American Native Selection, Tolerates Road Salt, Waterwise, Year-round Interest With its contorted branches and dwarf growth, this small shrub makes a novel planting in a container. Or plant it along a walkway for high visability.

Winter characteristics: Twisted contorted branches, gray black bark with slight furls on bark. branches make for excellent shaping of tree in winter

Spring characteristics: Foliage color:Green Blooms:Spring Flower color:White Late leafing out

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