26873291a52179791824382b3aaeea31
Details * * * * Forum Notes Plant Care Add Your Plant Photo

Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia'

Black Locust

Members can create lists of plants to manage your garden, get plant care information sent to you, and connect to other gardeners.It's free and easy, SIGN IN or JOIN NOW and get started right away!

Plant Facts

Scientific Name Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia'
Principal Common Name Black Locust
Common Name(s)
Synonym
Description A small to medium flowering tree with open branching habit and thorns. The foliage has compound leaves with 7-19 leaflets. This cultivar has new growth is orange maturing to yellow and turning greener as the summer gets hotter. The thorns and new stems are red.
General Comments The cultivar 'Frisia' is grown for the foliage color. Robinia is a very hard wood tree and often used for fence posts as they are resistant to rot.
Origin
Nativity Eastern/Central US
Height Range 50 - 0 FT
Spread Range 25 - 0 FT
Flower Showy Y
Warning
Sunset Zones 1 : 2 : 3 : 4 : 5 : 6 : 7 : 8 : 9 : 10 : 11 : 12 : 13 : 14 : 15 : 16 : 17 : 18 : 19 : 20 : 21 : 22 : 23 : 24
USDA Zones
Leaf Color Yellow
Leaf Texture Fine
Form Small Tree
Flower Color White
Flower Time Spring : Summer
Months
Ease of Growing Easy
Light Preferences Sun (minimum 8 hours direct sun)
Soil Preferences Any : Poor
Watering Preferences None : Sparse
Outstanding Features Attracts Bees : Color : Drought tolerant : Foliage : Form : Fragrance : Poor Soil tolerant : Wood

Please bear with us, we're constantly adding plants and updating information and photos. Our goal is to have the very best, most complete plant data available. Our priority is to research the plants which our Community Members have added to one of their lists.

The Mulch is here for everyone, so take a minute and register with us (if you haven't already) and tell us about you and the plants you have in your garden!

Downloading plant care instructions. Please wait, this may take a moment.

User Guides (Slide)

Popular Recommendations (Slide)

Upcoming Events

View All Events

Who's Online

We have 1496 guests and no members online