M. spectabilis) is a lovely tree 15 to 25 feet high, with a wide-spreading head of branches abundantly wreathed with large semi-double delicate rose-pink flowers.
It is naturally straggling in growth, 5 to 15 feet high; its foliage is much larger than that of the other Robinias; the clear rose-pink flowers are also larger.
It grows about 5 feet high, the leaves are nearly round, the flowers in large clusters, bright rose-pink, about an inch in diameter, and open in early June.
The solitary flowers are of a bright rose-pink, and are freely produced in June on the, arching branches of the previous seasons growth.
Its leaves are large and silvery, and its delicate rose-pink flowers are in broad flat clusters.
We add a select list of some of the more distinct annuals desirable for general cultivation as decorative plants for the open air Acroclinium roseum: half-hardy, I ft., rose-pink or white; everlasting.