121,051 black locust Home Design Photos

Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Twisty Baby black locust
Ideabooks357
Questions1
Thanks. No, it's not a bonsai. This robinia ('Twisty Baby' black locust) grows this way. It's a smallish tree but this is what it does. I love
Twisty Baby Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia 'Lace Lady')
twisty baby black Locust (robinia pseudoacacia "Lacy Lady")
Twisty Baby Black Locust - its branches twist and
Twisty Baby Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia 'Lace Lady') Zone 4
Twisty Baby Black Locust(Robinia pseudoacacia 'Lace Lady')This tree grows like a more upright form of Harry Lauder's Walking Stick, reaching an average
It is a great patio tree that is guaranteed to start a conversation. This locust can be pruned to encourage contorted growth and to control shape and size
twisty baby black locust zones 4-9
“Everything, I wonder if the deer would eat it?” — Rose Moore
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
11 Reviews
Redwood City Contemporary
Ideabooks1,285
Questions0
Types Naturally resistant woods that are commercially available include black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), teak (Tectona grandis), ipe (Tabebuia spp),
Naturally resistant woods that are commercially available include black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), teak (Tectona grandis), ipe (Tabebuia spp),
TypesNaturally resistant woods that are commercially available include black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), teak (Tectona grandis), ipe (Tabebuia spp),
“see-through railing” — suzy_t
Demetriades + Walker
18 Reviews
Connecticut Farmhouse
Ideabooks660
Questions0
virginia fence is self supporting requires no fasteners, black locust
material - black locust posts - used them before
Surrounding the property are fences made from locally sourced black locust, a hard, rot-resistant wood that fits the pastoral surroundings and the
Surrounding the property are fences made from locally sourced black locust, a hard, rot-resistant wood that fits the pastoral surroundings and the designer’s
“Zaun” — Simon Wirth
Loudon County, VA Custom Pool Design
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Debra Prinzing
4 Reviews
Bloedel Reserve
Ideabooks106
Questions0
black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia); try "Twisty Baby" 10' tall
Gold always looks good in the garden. This is a golden form of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia)
pseudoacacia or golden black locust "twisty Baby"
Gold always looks good in the garden. This is a golden form of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), glowing against the darker evergreens. It's another
black locust - comes in dwarf sizes
“Golden locust tree! Gorgeous!” — shavianne
Burke Brothers Landscape Design/Build
Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks15,227
Questions4
to create rot-resistant fences at their property line. In New England, black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) was the preferred tree. Midwest farmers planted
to create rot-resistant fences at their property line. In New England, black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) was the preferred tree. Midwest farmers planted
used living stakes and let them grow into a living fence-hedge. Both black locust and Osage orange can be seen growing as hedgerows in these regions today
“Another example that is less expensive” — johnsellery
Demetriades + Walker
18 Reviews
Connecticut Farmhouse
Ideabooks859
Questions2
For Sanctuary --- Black Locust Pergola with Trumpet
same pergola made from black locust
Rustic pergola of black locust wood...black locust!...black locust pergola
“This would look great on the lounge side over the new deck area” — jodiedixon1
Kwan Design Architects
Teak Fence
Ideabooks1,040
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Types Naturally resistant woods that are commercially available include black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), teak (Tectona grandis), ipe (Tabebuia spp),
black locust rod resistant - suited for outdoors
black locust or osage orange wood
“tall walls for northern shady courtyard... brick and stone though maybe” — perchfarm
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandbar Residence
Ideabooks453
Questions2
alternative. Cedar, white oak, black cherry, black walnut and Spanish cedar are all highly resistant woods, while black locust, ipe, jarrah and old-growth
the benefit of low maintenance.Even though it’s highly rot resistant, black locust isn’t widely grown for commercial lumber harvesting, and the milling
“Colors” — Paul Caruana
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