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"Bristly Locust"

Barbara Selemon selemon at u.washington.edu
Mon May 15 15:10:40 EST 1995

Rose acacia is a common name for Robinia hispida, which is in the Legume 
family and has pink flowers at this time of year.  It also has red 
bristly hairs on the new young stems.

On 9 May 1995, Lkmecum wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I had asked about a week ago if anyone had heard of a Rose acacia, and I
> didn't get any feed back.  Since then,I've found out that it also goes by
> the name of Bristly locust.  Has anyone heard of it?  All I know is that
> its a hybrid.
> Thanks in advance!
> Lynne K. Mecum
> The Wilds
> 14000 International Road
> Cumberland, Ohio 43732
> Internet: lkmecum at aol.com

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