- Latin Name- Cercis Canadensis Hardy Planting Zone- 4-9 Mature Height- 20- 30 ft Width- 20-25 ft Sun or Shade- Full Sun
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Redbud Seedlings - Cercis Canadensis.
Known for its delicate mauve-pink blossoms in early spring, the redbud will provide ornamental interest to your lawn or garden. It grows one to two feet per year and reaches heights of up to 30 feet. It is hardy in Zones 4-9 and prefers partial shade to full sun. It grows easily in most soils and begins flowering as early as its fourth year. Its irregular branches and soft green heart-shaped leaves add to its appeal. Perfect as a specimen plant, a redbud also adds beauty to woodland areas or shrub borders. The redbud is easy to maintain and will add a lovely view to your landscape.
Redbud Seedlings greet the spring with thousands of gorgeous lavender or pink blossoms. The beautiful flowers even grow right on the tree's trunk. The leaves are a glossy green and the perfect accent to the fantastic clusters of blossoms. The flowers attract lovely butterflies and sweet little hummingbirds. The blooms are edible, and the nutty taste is delightful in a salad or sprinkled on pancakes. Redbud trees proliferate from seeds and are one of the first trees to come to life in the spring. They grow well in either sun or partial shade and will grace your home with beauty. The Redwood tree has no problem with cold climates and is an extremely hardy tree.
Redbud Seedlings will grow to be a beautiful, smaller tree when mature. The foliage on these trees is not very dense. However, it is unique as it is almost heart shaped. The flowers will appear in May or April and are the gorgeous cluster of bright pink flowers. These will later produce a seed pod which can attract wildlife. They are very easy to grow and maintain due to their ability to adapt to many soil conditions. The roots do need moisture and good drainage.