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Plant Guide: Cercis Genus

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Cercis canadensis
Eastern Redbud (tree)
Attractive small, vase-shaped native. Useful as a small specimen, in groupings, shrub borders, or naturalized areas. Rosy pink flowers with a purplish tinge appear before...

Cercis canadensis
Eastern Redbud 'Applachian Red' (tree)
Considered one of the reddest flowering of our native Eastern Redbud selections. Ruby-red buds open to glowing dark pinkish-red pea-like flowers prior to the emergence of...

Cercis canadensis
Eastern Redbud 'Hearts of Gold' PP 17740 (tree)
Discovered in North Carolina by Jon Roethling, this truly outstanding and unique form of our Eastern Redbud is distinguished by its striking, intense golden yellow spring...

Cercis canadensis
Eastern Redbud 'Pauline Lily' (tree)
Found in the mountains of West Virginia and named for the wife of its discoverer, this form of our Eastern redbud is noted for the unusual color of its flowers. The blush...

Cercis canadensis
Eastern Redbud 'Royal White' (tree)
A selection made by J.C. McDaniel at the University of Illinois. Probably the most cold hardy white flowered form. Has larger flowers than species.

Cercis canadensis
Eastern Redbud 'Silver Cloud' (tree)
A Kentucky selection of our native Eastern Redbud whose heart-shaped leaves are irregularly speckled and blotched creamy-white. In a lightly shaded location, this unusual...

Cercis canadensis
Weeping Eastern Redbud Lavender Twist® 'Covey' PP10328 (tree)
Diminutive weeper combines graceful form with the beautiful leaves and flowers associated with redbud. A 30+ year old plant was only 5' tall and 8' wide.


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