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ROBINIA pseudoacacia 'Frisia'
Golden acacia, Golden locust
Leaves golden yellow from spring to autumn.
Buy ROBINIA pseudoacacia 'Frisia'
- Courier Only - Due to the size of this plant it will be despatched by Courier. The rest of your order will also be sent by courier at the same time.
- Good to know - can be difficult to get established. Wildlife plant - nectar and pollen for insects.
- Pests & Diseases - none.
- Place of Origin - eastern USA
- Hardy - very cold Winter - Hardy in all of UK and northern Europe. Plant can possibly withstand temperatures down to -20°C (-4°F)
- Height - in metres - 15m (50ft)
- Height Integer - 15
- Spread - in metres - 8m (25ft)
- Deciduous - pinnate leaves to 30cm (12in) long have up to 23 lance-shaped or elliptic, blunt leaflets. Foliage turns from yellow-green in summer to orange-yellow in autumn.
- Tree - fast-growing, suckering tree with usually spiny shoots. Produces flowers 2cm (¾in) long in pendent racemes to 20cm (8in) long, followed by smooth, dark-brown seed pods 10cm (4in) long.
- Full Sun
- Scented flowers
- Fertile moist well-drained soil - will tolerate poorer dry soils but important to shelter from cold winds - branches brittle
- Harmful if eaten - These will give you an upset tummy, so please don't eat any of these.
Final Tree Size
Rootgrow - Large - 360g
(360gram sachet - inc c&p) £12.00
Rootgrow - Medium - 150g
(150gram sachet - inc c&p) £6.00
Vitax Q4 Pelleted Fertiliser 0.9 kg
(0.9 kg - c&p inc) £6.00
Vitax Q4 Pelleted Fertiliser 2.5 kg
(2.5 kg - c&p inc) £10.00
Vitax Q4 Pelleted Fertiliser 4.5 kg
(4.5 kg - c&p inc) £16.00
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