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Becky Harris added this to Great Design Plant: Eastern Redbud
Botanical name: Cercis canadensisCommon name: Eastern redbudUSDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Prefers moist, well-drained soils but can survive in drier conditions. You should water it during dry summer days.Light requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 20 to 30 feet tall and up to 35 feet wideBenefits and tolerances: The tree is quite tolerant of poor soils, some drier conditions, urban conditions and various amounts of shade. It is susceptible to wilt, fungus, cankers and some pests. Seasonal interest: Gorgeous deep pink blooms in spring; yellow leaves in fallWhen to plant: After the last frost in spring or six weeks before the first frost in the fall

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marthajeanhowell added this to marthajeanhowell's Ideas
August 5, 2014
The color is brilliant in the spring and I like that they are not big trees.
nibmrose added this to Landscaping
July 13, 2014
Ornamental trees: Redbuds, Dogwoods, Cherries. Also need shade tree--would Bradford Pear stand up to wind in our area?
bostonbella added this to landscape ideas
May 20, 2014
redbud tree
Nora Elizabeth added this to Trees
April 13, 2014
Eastern Redbud
anitamacfadyen added this to Trees and shrubs
March 22, 2014
Full sun to partial shade. (Favorite)
ladyblue68 added this to ladyblue68's Favorites
October 24, 2013
Very pretty.
lorraineandrews added this to Landscape Ideas
October 20, 2013
Redbud.....love that tree!
Silvana Mantoani added this to silvana_mantoani's ideas
October 6, 2013
Cercis canadensis
Sarah Pierson added this to outdoor
September 14, 2013
Redbud!
Debbie Fitzpatrick added this to front of house
September 3, 2013
red bud bloom
setilt added this to Garden Ideas
September 3, 2013
Redbud
mclink added this to landscape
June 23, 2013
Redbud Tree
rb83 added this to Garden
June 19, 2013
Eastern redbud
sgreen18 added this to Outdoor dreaming
June 8, 2013
redbud
dariensnana added this to dariensnana's ideas
May 3, 2013
plant in fall; several (at least 3) in a row
wileecoyote added this to wileecoyote's ideas
April 19, 2013
redbud
pattimorton added this to landscaping plants
March 31, 2013
eastern red bud
mrhone added this to Exterior
March 20, 2013
Redbud
dankumi added this to Landscape
March 12, 2013
western redbud
annie7 added this to outside of home
February 24, 2013
great tree for back and front yard
janjonharris added this to janjonharris's ideas
February 12, 2013
Eastern Redbud
Inadra Dragomir added this to plants
February 10, 2013
Botanical name: Cercis canadensis
sliard added this to sliard's ideas
February 6, 2013
Early spring color would be great
nelda0115 added this to nelda0115's Ideas
February 4, 2013
Eastern redbud
beverlylimlund added this to Issaquah Patio/Yard
December 29, 2012
Good tree for Issaquah? Botanical name: Cercis canadensis Common name: Eastern redbud USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Prefers moist, well-drained soils but can survive in drier conditions. You should water it during dry summer days. Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 20 to 30 feet tall and up to 35 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: The tree is quite tolerant of poor soils, some drier conditions, urban conditions and various amounts of shade. It is susceptible to wilt, fungus, cankers and some pests. Seasonal interest: Gorgeous deep pink blooms in spring; yellow leaves in fall When to plant: After the last frost in spring or six weeks before the first frost in the fall.
taytayrey added this to Garden
December 21, 2012
Eastern Redbud
Audrey added this to landscape
December 17, 2012
love
steflane added this to steflane's ideas
December 5, 2012
eastern redbud zone 4-9
Lindsey Lutz added this to Trees
November 27, 2012
Eastern redbud
dollsmith added this to Gardens
November 14, 2012
Eastern Redbud
johibrua added this to johibrua's Ideas
October 29, 2012
Esa tren redbud
cgmurray added this to Garden
October 25, 2012
garden plant
jpnsheridan12 added this to jpnsheridan12's ideas
October 19, 2012
landscape
npetrov added this to outdoor
October 14, 2012
Botanical name: Cercis canadensis Common name: Eastern redbud USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Prefers moist, well-drained soils but can survive in drier conditions. You should water it during dry summer days. Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 20 to 30 feet tall and up to 35 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: The tree is quite tolerant of poor soils, some drier conditions, urban conditions and various amounts of shade. It is susceptible to wilt, fungus, cankers and some pests. Seasonal interest: Gorgeous deep pink blooms in spring; yellow leaves in fall When to plant: After the last frost in spring or six weeks before the first frost in the fall traditional exterior by Liquidscapes Add to ideabook by Liquidscapes by Liquidscapes Distinguishing traits. These native trees are covered in deep pink blooms in the spring; flowers pop up in clusters all along the stems, branches and sometimes even along the trunk. Eastern redbuds are able to thrive in filtered light, so the color they provide is quite a shock to see in a woodland understory. Mature trees have a round shape, though when out in the open, the oldest trees can spread out, becoming wider than they are tall. great design plants Add to ideabook When they're not in bloom, enjoy their uniquely heart-shape leaves. The leaves are a reddish-purple right after the bloom, quickly turn a lovely shade of green for the summer and then turn yellow in the fall. The tree produces seed pods that eventually drop. They are good for wildlife, as they are a winter food for birds. Birds also enjoy nesting in these trees.
luz1981 added this to luz1981's Ideas
October 10, 2012
Landscape
Kimberly Stout added this to landscape
October 7, 2012
red bud
Larry Lyon added this to Gardening
October 7, 2012
Eastern Redbud
lalorito added this to lalorito's ideas
September 30, 2012
Our Backyard trees
kab007 added this to Porches & decks
September 19, 2012
color
lacehlav added this to landscape
September 14, 2012
eastern redbud - for the back yard.
vickijohnson added this to vickijohnson's ideas
September 12, 2012
eastern redbud great to add color and are drought tolerant and grows in poor soil
micelime added this to micelime's Favorites
September 8, 2012
Eastern redbud
wdaniels6 added this to wdaniels6's Ideas
September 8, 2012
Eastern redbud
yikk added this to yikk's Ideas
September 8, 2012
Good picture
harrietmccabe added this to harrietmccabe's ideas
September 2, 2012
stunning coloured tree, and delicate nature.
amyzz added this to amyzz ideas
September 2, 2012
eastern redbud
lisa_dance added this to lisa_dance's ideas
August 29, 2012
redbud tree
dupontangela added this to arbres
August 29, 2012
redbud
swilson1295 added this to swilson1295's ideas
August 29, 2012
Cercis Canadensis Eastern Redbud
reagan32 added this to Yard
August 28, 2012
love it
luolan added this to luolan's ideas
August 27, 2012
redbud
vachonjudith added this to vachonjudith's ideas
August 27, 2012
Eastern Redbud
Brenda added this to bagage06's ideas
August 27, 2012
Eastern Redbud
cbrokaw added this to flowers
August 27, 2012
Beautiful tree. Can I get it here?
franco0852 added this to landscape
August 27, 2012
i love the redbud. Don't forget it.
Rose Hochstetler added this to Landscaping
August 26, 2012
This beauty, native to the U.S. and Canada, explodes with deep pink color in spring. It has heart-shape leaves. Of course, who doesn't love a heart-shape leaf, plant class quizzes or not? One thing you may not enjoy about these trees are the 3-inch-long seed pods they eventually drop on the ground, but that's the price of beauty, and cute little chickadees count on them for winter food. Fall is a prime time to plant this tree. Botanical name: Cercis canadensis Common name: Eastern redbud USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Prefers moist, well-drained soils but can survive in drier conditions. You should water it during dry summer days. Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 20 to 30 feet tall and up to 35 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: The tree is quite tolerant of poor soils, some drier conditions, urban conditions and various amounts of shade. It is susceptible to wilt, fungus, cankers and some pests. Seasonal interest: Gorgeous deep pink blooms in spring; yellow leaves in fall When to plant: After the last frost in spring or six weeks before the first frost in the fall
bethjones15 added this to bethjones15's ideas
August 26, 2012
love eastern redbud
justgenius added this to justgenius's ideas
August 26, 2012
The beauty of this magnificant tree
chic45 added this to Landscaping
August 26, 2012
Eastern Redbud
axpgap added this to axpgap's ideas
August 26, 2012
Eastern Redbud
smwduval added this to smwduval's Ideas
August 26, 2012
eastern redbud
fxgal added this to outdoors/ gardens
August 26, 2012
Eastern Redbud, can be understory plant along with flowering dogwood which needs filtered sunlight
frikagiga added this to frikagiga's Ideas
August 26, 2012
Eastern Redbud
gabelle32 added this to gabelle32's ideas
August 26, 2012
i likes it
hebashelbaya added this to TElAL 2092B
August 26, 2012
Landscape
nancyclark added this to yard
August 26, 2012
Trees, I have two and would to plant more.z
windynobb added this to windynobb's ideas
August 26, 2012
eastern redbud
lotsapink added this to lotsapink's ideas
August 26, 2012
Lovely
lynnesullivan added this to lynnesullivan's ideas
August 26, 2012
Red Buds
smmephanie added this to Garden
August 26, 2012
eastern redbud
luthompson added this to luthompson's ideas
August 26, 2012
Redbud
asimantel added this to plants
August 26, 2012
Eastern redbud tree
ilovedwr added this to Garden
August 26, 2012
This may be the tree outside the kitchen window??
bhproj added this to landscape
August 26, 2012
Eastern redbud tree:The redbud can grow in a wide variety of soils, including clay, sandy and loamy. However, rich loose soil is best.
puckdoc added this to puckdoc's ideas
August 26, 2012
Redbud tree
danac9 added this to danac9's ideas
August 26, 2012
Eastern redbud tree
dtossan added this to Haytham
August 26, 2012
Tree - Eastern Redbud, native to the U.S. and Canada, explodes with deep pink color in spring.
doodle11 added this to doodle11's ideas
August 26, 2012
eastern redbud
Becky Smith added this to hairdelight's ideas
August 26, 2012
lavender bud tree..lol
marlene_s added this to Marlene's Outdoor Space
August 26, 2012
Easter Redbud
annie7 added this to Forest Glen home
August 26, 2012
great tree for back and front yard
nandini added this to Nandini-Aug-12
August 26, 2012
cercis candensis
coyo22 added this to coyo22's ideas
August 26, 2012
redbud tree
kab007 added this to outdoors
August 25, 2012
Color
susan manuel added this to Flowers
August 23, 2012
Botanical name: Cercis canadensis Common name: Eastern redbud USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Prefers moist, well-drained soils but can survive in drier conditions. You should water it during dry summer days. Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 20 to 30 feet tall and up to 35 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: The tree is quite tolerant of poor soils, some drier conditions, urban conditions and various amounts of shade. It is susceptible to wilt, fungus, cankers and some pests. Seasonal interest: Gorgeous deep pink blooms in spring; yellow leaves in fall When to plant: After the last frost in spring or six weeks before the first frost in the fall
mommaward added this to mommaward's Ideas
August 22, 2012
Eastern redbud tree. Has pods. Keep in woods. Pair with dogwoods
Ruby Blue added this to Exterior
August 22, 2012
Eastern Redbud
ceescee1 added this to ceescee1's ideas
August 22, 2012
Colour
Floors of Wilmington added this to Outside
August 22, 2012
Eastern Redbud
jeanhurtado added this to jeanhurtado's Favorites
August 22, 2012
Eastern Red bud
daveyola added this to entry and stairs
August 22, 2012
Eastern redbud
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