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Robinia pseudoacacia
'Frisia'

Gold-Robinie

Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia'
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Ovalt 1. størrelse højere end 12 meter Halvåben krone
Højde: 12 - 15 m
Krone: oval to rounded
Bark og grene: greyish brown, roughly grooved, young twigs have red thorns
Blad: imparipinnate, 20 - 30 cm, 9 - 19 leaf segments, 1.5 – 4.5 cm, golden yellow
Blomster: pendulous clusters up to 15 cm, creamy white, June, rarely blooming
Frugter: pod, reddish brown, 5 - 10 cm long, rarely develops
Anvendelse: parks, avenue tree
Jordtype: places little demands on soil, provided there is good drainage
Vindbestandighed: moderate, particularly in rich soil
Oprindelse: W. Jansen, Zwollerkarspel, The Netherlands, 1935
Vinterhårdhedszone: 5a
Synonym: -

A robustly growing tree, particularly when young, with a relatively narrow, vertical manner of growth. Branches protrude later, so the crown becomes oval to round. Height 12 - 15 m, width approx. 5 - 8 m. The greyish brown bark is rough and deeply grooved. Young twigs are bright brown and have striking wine-red thorns that later turn brown. The compound leaves consist of 9 to 19 elliptical, leaf segments that are 2 – 4.5 cm in size. The leaves have an orange-yellow colour when they emerge, turn greenish yellow in summer, and deep golden yellow in the autumn. 'Frisia' leafs out late and keeps its leaves long into the autumn. Flowers and fruit only rarely appear on the tree. Grows well in light, calcareous soil, has a superficial root system. Given the tree's sensitivity to wind, it should preferably be planted in a sheltered site.

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