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Cercis canadensis

Eastern Redbud - single stem

Bright pink flowers in April before leaves develop; a native good for naturalized areas;

Mature height

20 ft.

Zone

4

Light

NA

Tips for transplanting

NA

Availability

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Cercis canadensis

Eastern Redbud - multi stem

Bright pink flowers in April before leaves develop; a native good for naturalized areas;

Mature height

20 ft.

Zone

4

Light

NA

Tips for transplanting

NA

Availability

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Cercis canadensis ‘Ace of Hearts’

Ace of Hearts Redbud.

This is the first compact canadensis. Original plant is only 10 feet tall and wide. A good compact variety with small, elongated heart-shaped leaves and typical flower color in spring. Leaves are half the normal size.

Mature height

10ft

Zone

5

Light

NA

Tips for transplanting

NA

Availability

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Cercis canadensis alba

White Redbud

Striking pure white blooms borne in clusters on stems and trunk in spring; an attractive and graceful small tree;

Mature height

20ft

Zone

4

Light

NA

Tips for transplanting

NA

Availability

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Cercis canadensis 'Appalachian Red'

Appalachian Red Redbud

The first and only red blooming eastern redbud. Blooms later than most cultivars and the bare branches are covered with a late spring show of neon-bright glowing, red flowers before the glossy, heart shaped leaves appear;

Mature height

20ft

Zone

4

Light

NA

Tips for transplanting

NA

Availability

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Cercis canadensis 'Covey'

Lavender Twist® Weeping Redbud

Unique, small weeping redbud; very pendulous growth habit; young branched plants develop into fine specimens when staked; purple flowers are borne profusely on young plants;

Mature height

5-7 ft.

Zone

5

Light

NA

Tips for transplanting

NA

Availability

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Cercis canadensis ‘Floating Clouds’

Floating Clouds Redbud

A variegated selection with mottled green and white foliage. Bright lavender flowers in April before leaves develop; 20ft.

Mature height

20ft

Zone

5

Light

NA

Tips for transplanting

NA

Availability

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Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

Forest Pansy Redbud

A very handsome purple leaf type; the new foliage emerges a brilliant red-purple; showy pink-lavender blossoms before leaves emerge in spring;

Mature height

20 ft.

Zone

4

Light

NA

Tips for transplanting

NA

Availability

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Cercis canadensis 'Hearts of Gold'

Hearts of Gold Redbud

Very striking yellow juvenile foliage. Mature leaves turn a lighter shade of green with age; an extremely strong grower with an attractive display of purple blooms in spring;

Mature height

20ft

Zone

5

Light

NA

Tips for transplanting

NA

Availability

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Cercis reniformis 'Oklahoma'

Oklahoma Redbud

Highly glossy, very leathery green leaves that are extremely attractive all summer; dark reddish purple flowers considered one of the reddest of redbud blossoms;

Mature height

15 ft.

Zone

4

Light

NA

Tips for transplanting

NA

Availability

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