Robinia x ambigua
Fairly fast growing plants, well adapted to hot, dry regions. Leaves are divided like feathers into many roundish leaflets. Clusters of white or pink, sweet pea-shaped flowers bloom from midspring to early summer, followed by bean-like pods about 4 in. long.
Locust trees tolerate poor soil and can get by on little or no water, but they do have some drawbacks: their wood is brittle, roots are aggressive, and plants often spread by suckers.Robinia x ambigua
A hybrid between Robinia pseudoacacia and R. viscosa, this seldom-grown, pink-flowering locust grows 40 ft. tall and nearly as wide. Its varieties are better known.
Bristly, oblong, 3–4-in.-long leaves form a 2-ft. wide, dense foliage clump from which rise spar...
The plant's inch-wide flowers come in blue, white, or pink. In spring, sow seed where plants are to gr...
Cool-season cabbage relative. Leaves and leafstalks are edible, but edible part most commonly associat...