Robinia pseudoaccacia ‘Pyramidalis’

This robinia has a narrow, columnar crown. Its narrow columnar shape makes it useful in small gardens and narrow streets. Composite leaves appear late on the tree and stay on for a long time. Not very resistant to (sea) wind.


Available in size:

Bare root, Wire clod


Small gardens, Solitary, Squares and parks, Streets, Trees in containers, Trees on roofs

Growing conditions:

Dry (sandy) soil, Endures reasonable hardening, Frost-prone, Normal bottom, Sunny

Adult height:

First size trees 12+ m


few requirements provided good permeability, not too acidic soil and too moist


rarely blooms



Environmental factors:

chance of root on compression, not resistant to (sea) wind

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