Robinia the false acacia in bloom - Stock Image

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A large tree covered in white blossom might be mistaken for a horse chestnut; except, it looks similar to a blooming laburnum and has similar characterful, twisted, dark wood. It is a Black Locust Tree, Robinia pseudoacacia, otherwise known as the false acacia. It is a North American tree first known in Europe in the garden of Jean Robin, herbalist to the King of France. It was introduced to Britain in the 1630s, and much promoted by William Cobbett following his visit to the New Country.

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