Black locust (United States, Australia).
Tree which can grow to a height of 12 to 15 m but often forms
dense thorny thickets from root suckers. Leaves consist of several rounded,
rather thin, dull green leaflets; flowers white, pea-shaped; pods fairly
large, dark brown or almost black (Everist, 1969).
United States, South Africa, Australia.
Leaves and pods are edible and can be toxic if eaten in excess
(Jurriaanse, 1950; Everist, 1969). Everist does not recommend planting