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Robinia neomexicana

 
Crt Jakhel
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Hi all,

I'm looking for seed of robinia neomexicana - the small tree that's supposedly blooming somewhat later than black locust but has a similar resistance to drought, cold etc.

My motivation is creating an environment for bees that would offer a lot of summer forage. Black locust is our main spring flow and the bees love it so when I found about a later-flowering species I started looking.

It's hard. I was not able to locate an active commercial source online. This kinda makes me blush because I consider myself handy with Google

Does anyone know a vendor that has this kind of seed in stock?

I would need to have it shipped to Slovenia, Europe.

Thanks!
 
Crt Jakhel
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Eureka! Found it here https://www.plantsofthesouthwest.com/ -- in case somebody else is also looking for it.
 
Bill Erickson
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Good job! Your google-fu is excellent.
 
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