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Plants Matching cercis

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Image of Cercis photo by: Sharptop Trees

Sharptop Trees

(Redbud)

The bean, legume, or pea family is a diverse, cosmopolitan group with many culturally and economically important members. It is the third largest plant family in existence with nearly 20,000 named species described. These flowering dicots may be trees, shrubs or herbs and exist everywhere worldwide save the icy poles. They are characterized by their elongated, many-seeded fruits (legumes) that open via longitudinal sutures. Most Fabaceae form root nodules containing symbiotic bacteria that fix atmospheric...

Image of Cercis canadensis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Redbud)

This is certainly one of the most beautiful of the North American deciduous trees. Eastern redbud is a medium-sized tree that is native to eastern and central North America. Prized as both a specimen tree and small shade tree, it may be multi-stemmed or single-trunked and has a broad, rounded or spreading canopy.

Eastern redbud has very distinctive large, heart-shaped leaves that are often tinted with purple when they first emerge, turn medium green shortly after and then yellow in fall. In...

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PlantHaven

(Ace of Hearts Redbud, Eastern Redbud)

The small heart-like leaves of 'Ace of Hearts' and its more lavender-tinted blossoms really adds cheerful interest to the landscape. This deciduous, small-sized tree originates from eastern and central North America and was selected in 1997 from seedlings growing in Morganton, North Carolina. Prized as both a dwarf specimen or shade tree, it may be multi-stemmed or single-trunked and has a broad, rounded or spreading canopy.

Eastern redbud has very distinctive heart-shaped leaves that turn shades...

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James Burghardt

(Appalachian Red Eastern Redbud, Eastern Redbud)

The only redbud to have flowers with true red and magenta tones, 'Appalachian Red' also carries lvoely heart-like leaves upon an upright yet rounded canopy. This deciduous, small-sized tree originates from eastern and central North America. Prized as both a small specimen or shade tree, this cultivar is usually single-trunked but can readily be trained or purchased in a multi-stemmed form.

Eastern redbud has very distinctive heart-shaped leaves that turn shades of yellow in fall. Those of 'Appalachian...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Redbud, Lavender Twist™ Eastern Redbud)

The weeping Lavender Twist™ is an especially beautiful and unusual small redbud. This markedly winter-hardy tree has contorted branches that droop to the ground. In spring they become covered with lavender-pink redbud flowers. It was developed by Cornelia Covey of Brotzman's Nursery, Inc. in Madison, Ohio.

Eastern redbud is certainly one of the most beautiful of the North American deciduous trees. In the wild, it is distributed in lowlands and uplands across eastern and central North America....

Image of Cercis canadensis f. alba photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Eastern Redbud, White-flowered Eastern Redbud)

The white flowers of this natural variety of eastern redbud set it apart from the others. Eastern redbud is a medium-sized tree that is native to eastern and central North America. Prized as both a specimen tree and small shade tree, it may be multi-stemmed or single-trunked and has a broad, rounded or spreading canopy.

Eastern redbud has very distinctive large, heart-shaped leaves that are often tinted with purple when they first emerge, turn medium green shortly after and then yellow in...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Eastern Redbud, Flame Eastern Redbud)

This distinctive redbud has a more upright, vase-shaped habit than others and becomes covered with bright double pink flowers in spring. Eastern redbud is a medium-sized tree that is native to eastern and central North America. Prized as both a specimen tree and small shade tree, it may be multi-stemmed or single-trunked.

Eastern redbud has very distinctive large, heart-shaped leaves that are often tinted with purple when they first emerge, turn medium green shortly after and then yellow in...

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James Burghardt

(Eastern Redbud, Floating Clouds Eastern Redbud)

The variegated, multicolored leaves of 'Floating Clouds' and its soft pink-lavender early spring blossoms really adds soothing and elegant beauty to the landscape. This deciduous, small-sized tree originates from eastern and central North America. Prized as both a small specimen or shade tree, this cultivar is usually single-trunked and has a rounded but irregularly branching canopy that makes it both graceful and full.

Eastern redbud has very distinctive heart-shaped leaves that turn shades...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Redbud, Forest Pansy Redbud)

The interesting purple-red hued leaves of 'Forest Pansy' really stand out in the landscape. This cultivated deciduous, medium-sized tree originates from eastern and central North America. Prized as both a specimen tree and small shade tree, it may be multi-stemmed or single-trunked and has a broad, rounded or spreading canopy.

Eastern redbud has very distinctive large, heart-shaped leaves that turn shades of yellow in fall. Those of 'Forest Pansy' are purple when new and young, slowly becoming...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Eastern Redbud, Hearts of Gold Redbud)

The bright yellow, heart-like leaves of 'Hearts of Gold' and its bright pink-lavender early spring blossoms really adds cheerful interest to the landscape. This deciduous, small-sized tree originates from eastern and central North America and this cultivar was selected from a mutant tree first seen in Greensboro, North Carolina. Prized as both a small specimen or shade tree, it may be multi-stemmed or single-trunked and has a rounded or vase-shaped, spreading canopy.

Eastern redbud has very distinctive...