Robinia Pseudoacacia, Popularly named black locust, this member of the Fabaceae family is native to the southeastern US. This deciduous species, quick in growth and long-living, grows aprox. 15-30m tall, propsering well on extremely humid terrain. Ideally used in large gardens and wide urban spaces it is a frequently chosen tree to be planted in the public domain. Offering pleasant shadow, it is not highly demanding in terms of soil, though its roots grow deep and can damage the roads’ pavement. It toleratesdry periods and pollution.
Format : Circumference 10/12 - 12/14 - 14/16 – 16/18 – 18/20 – 20/25-25/30- 35/40 available either with bare roots or wire netting.
Circumference 16/18 – 20/25 in Co container, too.