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Black Locust ( Robina pseudoacacia L.) By: Marquise Smalls Donte’ Smithson
Interesting Facts Medium sized tree Grows up to 80 ft. tall Prefer sandy or rocky soil Found in fields and open areas An entire leaf is 6 to 12 inches long
Bark Rough Light gray with deep furrows
Leaves Pinnately compound leaves One leaf (7-19) leaflets on one main stem Leaflets are always paired
Organisms uses Food source for white-tailed deer and wild turkey Black rat snake and eastern gray squirrel use this tree for shelter
Poem Leaflets Compound Green Breathing Providing Spacing Growing Shelter Food Life Peace Rough Light Gray Rocky
What we like about our tree? Fences are products of the black locust tree
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