Day 85: Bristly Locust

Robinia hispida, known as the bristly locust, rose-acacia, or moss locust, is a shrub in the subfamily Faboideae of the pea family Fabaceae. It is native to the southeastern United States, and it is present in other areas, including other regions of North America, as an introduced species. It is grown as an ornamental and can escape cultivation and grow in the wild.” (To read more about this plant click here)

10 thoughts on “Day 85: Bristly Locust

  1. Such a pretty and very diverse plant for all its uses – things one would never even consider without you showing us the info too! I love the image you caught of the graduated opening of the flowers – it may be nature’s composition but you have captured it so beautifully 🙂

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