Robinia pseudoacacia – Acacia

Suitable for the garden acacias: species, location, flowering characteristics, …
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Umbraculifera “or bolacacia

Height: 2.00 – 3.00 m
Flowering time: April-May
Growth Shape: Globe
Graft: Stam 200 cm
Available in open ground with bare root
Application and use: bearing fruit – fragrant – foliage plant – cutting Baar
Light: partial shade
Soil: Poor
Humidity: permeable soil
Acidity: Neutral

Omnipresent and generally beloved Spherical. This plant consists of a rounded shrub that is grafted on a rootstock. The trees grow, if not pruned into a large umbrella-shaped tree, but almost all owners to prune their trees every year, say pollarding.
It is a known small tree with rounded crown and lasting ongedoornde branches. In many places they cut the branches every year to the foot, making the tree very small to keep. Ongesnoeid is obtained, however, also exceptionally beautiful avenue and park trees.

Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Frisia’ or the golden false acacia

Flower color: White
Leaf color: Yellow
Height: 5.00-6.00 m
Flowering time: April-May
Growth Form: Upright
Graft: Down
Available from: open ground with bare root

Application and use: bearing fruit – fragrant – foliage plant – prune-in – bee plant – fall color

Light: sun partial shade
Soil: Poor
Humidity: permeable
Acidity: Neutral

This is a very popular goudbladige Robinia tree. The contrast with other greens in the area is remarkable and it seems as if the tree is always in the sun, so it’s bright yellow young leaves. With age turns the leaves yellow green. Put the tree in a well drained soil not too wet and a bit sheltered from the wind as Robinia are quite sensitive to takbreuk in stormy weather. Growing moderately. The large leaves are copper-colored leak, later golden. The young branches are covered with wine red thorns. The habit of ‘Frisia’ is less than the species. The leaves are large, pinnate and beautiful golden yellow color. Thorns on the stems are solid at an early age reddish color. From the Netherlands. Rarely in bloom. The light golden yellow foliage in the fall remains to maintain and can brighten a dark beautiful plants. Grows into a tree 8 to 15 m high, but can be pruned properly.

Robinia pseudoacacia ‘myrtifolia’ or bolacacia

Flower color: White
Leaf color: green
Height: 2.00-3.00 m
Flowering time: April-May
Growth Shape: Globe
Graft: Stam 200 cm
Available from: open ground with bare root

Application and use: foliage plant – prune-in – fall color

Light: sun partial shade
Soil: Poor
Humidity: permeable
Acidity: Neutral

Robina pseudo-acacia ‘myrtifolia is a small-leafed shrub that blooms from April to May and is based on a trunk, a small tree with rounded crown. Small oval, compound leaves of about 2 inches. White flowers. Old, charming kind.

bolacaciaOverzicht of Robinia’s

Robinia Ambigua ‘Decaisneana ”
Robinia fertilis ‘Monument’
Robinia hispida Robinia hispida ‘macrophylla’
Margaretta Robinia ‘Casque Rouge’
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Appalachia’
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Bessoniana ”
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Coluteoides ”
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Frisia’
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘myrtifolia ”
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Nyirsegi ”
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Pendulifolia Purpurea’
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Pyramidalis ”
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Rozynskiana ”
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Sandraudiga ”
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Semper Florens’
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Tortuosa ”
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Umbraculifera ”
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Unifoliola ”
Robinia slavinii ‘Hillieri ”
Robinia viscosa

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