Cercis-Redbud


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Image Common Name Botanical Name Description  
Eastern Redbud Cercis canadensis Zones 4-9 Ht. 20-30' Bright pink flowers appear in early spring. Excellent native tree with a broad range of ornamental uses.
Forest Pansy Redbud Cercis canadensis Zones 5-8 Ht. 30' Dark purple heart-shaped leaves, pink flowers in early spring. Grows in full sun to partial shade, in well-drained soil.
Royal White Redbud Cercis canadensis Zones 4-9 Ht. 20-30' One of the best whitebuds growing. Beautiful white blooms in spring before leaves appear. Grows in full sun to partial shade.
Lavendar Twist Weeping Redbud Cercis canadensis 'Covey' PP# 10328 Zones 5-9 Ht. 4-6' A weeping cultivar that blooms pink, rose-mauve in early spring. Grows in full sun to partial shade.
Ruby Falls, Purple Weeping Redbud Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' PP#22097  Zones 6-8 Ht.6-8' A compact tree that is ideal for small spaces. It has brilliant lavender blooms in the spring and heart-shaped foliage that does not green out. Likes full sun or part shade. Heat and humidity tolerant.
Lavender Twist Weeping Redbud Cercis canadensis 'Covey' PP#10328 Zones 5-9 Ht. 4-6' A weeping cultivar that blooms pink, rose-mauve in early spring. Grows in full sun to partial shade. 
Rising SunŽ Redbud Cercis canadensis 'JN2' Zones 5-9 Ht. 8-12' Fuchsia blooms in early spring. Foliage is dark green, yellow, and orange until late fall. Leaves are a leafy kaleidoscope in appearance. Tolerates a wide range of temperatures and soil conditions. 
Cloud Nine Dogwood Cornus florida  Zones 5-9 Ht. 20' White blooms, petals are overlapping. More red berries than other dogwoods. Berries are good for wildlife.
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