Scotch Laburnum (Laburnum alpinum)
Native: Alps, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia
Location: Long cultivated in Europe, including Britain.
A small tree.
Leaves are less downy than Common Laburnum (Laburnum anagyroides).
Flowers open in June and are in larger, denser flowerheads than Common Laburnum (Laburnum anagyroides). Each flower is about 1.8cm long with hairless stalks.
No sample available
Seed pods are about 5-7.5cm long.