Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia'
Common Name: False Acacia
Robinias are named after Jean Robin who was a French botanist, employed by Henry IV of France.
Growth Rate: Fast growing
Features: Has interesting foliage, Has fragrant flowers/foliage, Has colourful autumn foliage
|Hardiness: Hardy||Height: 20.00 m (2000 cm)|
|Sun/Shade: Full sun or Partial shade||Spread: 10.00 m (1000 cm)|
|Foliage Type: Deciduous||Flower Colour: White|
|Foliage Colour: Gold, Green, Yellow||Flowering Period: May & June|
Soil Type: Normal/Loam or Sandy/Light or Clay/Heavy or Chalky/Alkaline
Soil Moisture: Dry, well drained or Moist, but well drained
This vigorous, broadly columnar tree makes an excellent specimen for a sunny, suburban garden. The best leaf colour is maintained in full sun. Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Frisia’ is usually late into leaf, the young leaves not unfurling until late spring.
Garden Care: On trees trained as a central-leader standard any competing leaders should be removed as soon as possible in mid- to late-summer. Shelter from strong winds and avoid disturbing the roots, since the tree is prone to suckering. On established trees pruning is best kept to a minimum as large pruning cuts don't heal well. Remove suckers early on.