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Black Locust Tree

Black Locust Tree


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Robinia pseudoacacia 'Allegheny'

Grows To 50', Zone 3-10. Upright tree, will develop thickets. Fast growing. Transplants easily to any soil and climate even under the toughest conditions. Excellent for reclamation or shelterbelt purposes. Attractive white spring flowers. Item # L1048 Shipping Height: 2-4 feet

GROWING ZONES: 4-9 / SUN EXPOSURE: Full to partial Sun

Can't Ship To: AK, HI

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  1. suckers a lot in wild area north central texas

    Posted by Annie 4 years ago

    The beautiful Black Locust appeared about 15 years ago, got to be about 20 feet high. I did not pay attention to all the suckers since the area was neglected. Then seeds were dropped about 200 feet away where the house is. I got about 10 trees in no time, and now after trying for about 6 years to remove all, I still have suckers in places that are never watered. It is not a native tree. Eve's Necklace resemble tree, is native, and not invasive.

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