Locusts are deciduous trees and shrubs, native to North America. They feature compound, often spiny leaves and flowers borne in pendent inflorescences in late spring and early summer.
Latin name: Robinia pseudoacacia "Bessoniana"
They require full sun and thrive even in degraded, dry and infertile soils.
Plant alone or in rows.
Propagate typical species by seeds and cultivars by grafting.
No disease problems.
Tree with spherical crown and green leaves that turn yellow in autumn.