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I spotted these beautiful flowers in the weeds, have no idea what they are!

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MelissaFerguson 10 years ago

Thanks for the information oxyjack! I will keep an eye out for them again this year!

oxyjack 10 years ago

There are some nice pics of different species of Robinia:

oxyjack 10 years ago

It's in the Fabaceae, the pea, locust and bean family. By the leaves and flowers (and seed pods), I'd guess it's a young locust tree. Probably in the genus Robinia.

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Submitted on Apr 2, 2012

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