Robinia pseudoacacia Frisia Fabaceae
Frisia Black Locust ro-BIN-e-a soo-do-a-KA-se-a
- Deciduous tree, to 40 ft (12 m) high and a spread of 25 ft (8 m), oval with upright branches, young
shoots have wine-red prickles (thorns). Leaves similar to the species type but bright yellow in
spring then greenish-yellow in summer.
- Hardy to USDA Zone 4 Found in the Willem Jansen nursery in Holland in
1935, and named after the province of Friesland.