PFD Miami

Black Locust

Robinia pseudoacacia

Location: Western (21)

Native to the United States, Black Locust trees are still invasive in some parts of the country. Although invasive, they are known to be very beneficial for the prevention of soil erosion and the enrichment of soil. The bark is light gray with deep furrows. The tree is known for it?s nice appearance, growing to about 40-100 feet tall and producing beautiful flowers.

Related Trees: None