Rédei, K., Keserű, Z., Osváth-Bujtás, Z., & Malvolti, M. E. (2010). Generative propagation of Robinia x ambigua POIR. – Pink locust. International Journal of Horticultural Science, 16(5), 41–42. https://doi.org/10.31421/IJHS/16/5/933
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The genus Robinia is a small group of about 10 species of trees and shrubs indigenous only to NorthAmerica. Two species are endemic to Mexico, one being confined to south-western part of the country, while the rest are endemic to the south-eastern part of USA. Of the most important species and varieties of genus Robinia, Robinia x ambigua Poir.(Robinia viscosa x R. pseudo-acacia)-pink locust can be considered as the most significant one for bee-forage and decorative planting. In this paper a generative propagation method is presented for pink locust.