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The Red Bud, Cercis canadensis
Redbud, Spring flowering trees are a species that create an impressive display. It produces rosy pink flowers during blooming season in April. This tree retains its beautiful flowery nature even during the winter. It has an irregular branching pattern, a trunk that separates almost at the ground level and then spreads out to create a flat top. This species adds substantial elegance wherever it is planted.
This flowering tree grows typically 20–30' tall, and a spreads 25–35' for a mature plant. It can grow in hardy environments. They are deep-rooted trees, which makes them very strong. They are also actively resistant to ice, storm and wind damage. The redbud tree grows at a medium rate, a height of 13–24" annually. It does well in both full sun and partial shade. This means it requires at least 4hours of sunlight every day. The beauty of this tree will not disappoint. The beautiful blossoms can be picked in clusters to put in vases for table top decor. Fun for kids to enjoy.
Redbud starts flowering as early as four years old.
It grows into a tall and rounded shape. The early flowers usually attract nectar-seeking insects. Due to its beautiful nature, it was once declared the state tree for Oklahoma. It is ideal for small spaces, but will still brighten up and put up a magnificent display even for large compounds.Red Bud is a rather small tree reaching about 3o feet at full maturity. This tree is very hardy making it ideal for most landscapes. The beautiful pink/purple blooms in early Spring make the this a very popular and desired tree. This tree is shipped bare root at 1-2 feet in height. They are purple Spring flowering trees or also known as a large shrub.
Red Bud USDA Hardiness Zones 4-9
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