Eastern Redbud
Eastern Redbud
Eastern Redbud

Eastern Redbud

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The Cercis Canadensis - Eastern Redbud also called American Redbud, is a deciduous shade tree known for the profusion of rosy pink flowers in mid spring as early as 4 years of age. As summer approaches, reddish heart like leaves emerge later maturing into dark green and finally yellow in the fall before dropping in the winter. Produces brownish-black pods about 2" in length that remain on the tree throughout the winter.

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Full sun to partial sun.

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Native to North America

Drought tolerant once established.

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This Eastern Redbud comes in a 1 Gallon pot

Size: Mature size can reach 20'- 30' x 25'- 35'

Light: Full Sun to partial Shade (Minimum of 4 hours of direct sunlight a day)

Hardiness zone: 4 - 9

Native to North America

Characteristics: This deciduous shade tree grows in a rounded, vase-like shape. Has reddish heart-shaped leaves that mature into a dark green shade and finally yellow in the fall. Attracts nectar-loving insects, early season butterflies, Select birds love the seeds and branches for nesting and shelters.

Growth Rate: Moderate to slow

Soil, Water, Fertilize: Moist, loamy, rich, sandy, clay and well-draining soil with the pH 7.5<. Tolerant to a variety of soils and drought. Water in periods of drought. Prune in late winter to promote growth and shape the tree. Fertilize in early spring.

*Plants cannot be shipped to Alaska or Hawaii.

*Plants ship dormant in winter months.

*Pictures shown are of mature plants and not what you will receive.

Rich, organic and well-draining soil.

Best season to plant is in early fall.

Plant at least 20'ft apart for spacing.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: 4 - 9

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Eastern Redbud

Eastern Redbud trees bloom from early spring till fall, with the small redbud flowers adding magenta hues to the scenery. Partnered along with beautiful lush green heart-shaped leaves turn a bright yellow-orange, welcoming the autumn landscape full of vibrant colors. Not only beautiful and stunning for its size, but because it is a native tree it is also drought tolerant and attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies.

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