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Robinia pseudoacacia
Black Locust

Black Locust bursts forth in late May and early June with an abundance of pendulous white inflorescences that are extremely fragrant and attract many bees. The flowers are made more spectacular by the fact that, even though it is past mid-spring, the foliage has not fully expanded.


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