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Eastern Redbud

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Growing Zone 4-9
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Eastern Redbud


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6-7 ft.
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Bring a Burst of Spring to Your Garden with the Eastern Redbud!

Imagine stepping out into your garden to a spectacular display of vibrant pink blossoms! The Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis) is a true herald of spring, with its eye-catching floral show that blankets its branches before the leaves even unfurl. This hardy deciduous tree is not only a feast for the eyes but also a low-maintenance charmer that's perfect for sprucing up any landscape.

Why You'll Love the Eastern Redbud:

  • Seasonal Spectacle: Its heart-shaped leaves and stunning pink flowers make it a standout in any yard.
  • Wildlife Haven: Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies, turning your garden into a buzzing habitat.
  • Compact Size: Reaching just 20-30 feet, it's ideal for small spaces and under power lines.
  • Year-Round Interest: After the flowers, enjoy rich green foliage in summer and warm yellow hues in fall.

Whether you're looking to create a cozy nook, add a splash of color, or simply enjoy nature's wonders, the Eastern Redbud is a superb choice. It's not just a tree; it's a four-season friend that keeps on giving.

Easy to Grow, Easier to Adore

No green thumb? No problem! The Eastern Redbud is as resilient as it is beautiful. It thrives in a variety of soil types, requires minimal pruning, and is generally pest and disease resistant. With this low-fuss buddy, you get maximum beauty with minimum effort.

Ready to elevate your outdoor space with the Eastern Redbud? Plant it, love it, and watch the magic happen season after season. Order yours today and get ready for a springtime spectacle that will be the envy of the neighborhood!

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Eastern Redbud

Eastern Redbud

Botanical name: Cercis canadensis
Mature Height:
20-30 ft.
Mature Width:
10-15 ft.
Full-Part Sun
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Growing Zones:
4-9 outdoors
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