At maturity, it is shaped like a mushroom

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Date Photo Taken: 05/30/2014
Location: Rincon, GA
Posted By: stormytru@comcast.net

Notes:

The nursery owner said it was not in the wisteria family. It’s not a vine, it’s a shrub. In April/May, it gets a single line of pink flowers at the end of each branch. The nursery where I bought it isn’t in business anymore.

COMMENTS

  1. stone Flower Fanatic says:

    Robinia? Indigofera?

    May 30th, 2014 at 1:16 pm
  2. stormytru@comcast.net Registered says:

    I don’t believe it is the Robinia. Those are suppose to be trees right? This never grew over 3 feet. My husband pruned it a few years ago and it has never grown the same since. The Indigofera is very similar, but mine literally has a single row of pink flowers that start small at the tip and get bigger as you go back. This is definitely closer than I have been on my own.

    May 30th, 2014 at 2:13 pm

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