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Eastern Redbud Tree



 
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Redbud Trees grow quickly and reach 20-30ft in height at maturity. The abundant purple-pink Redbud flowers appear in April, just before the leaves on irregular ornamental branches. The trunk branches low to give a shrub like appearance even on single trunk trees. The 'Forest Pansy' Redbud variety sold by TyTy has beautiful red leaves in May when planted in full sun. The beautiful heart shaped green leaves of the Flowering Forest Pansy Redbud tree turn brilliant yellow in the Fall.

• The American flowering redbud tree is second only to the flowering dogwood tree in popularity, and like the dogwood tree the redbud tree can be planted as an under-story tree and will even survive underneath the shade of a pine tree and the massive root system of the pine trees. The colors vary from pink to purple flowers on the redbud tree and are small but pleasingly fragrant and will densely encircle the branches and even encircle the trunk of the redbud tree before the leaves appear in the early spring at the same time the dogwood trees begin flowering. The green leaves of the redbud tree are large and heart shaped, and in the fall the leaves turn into a glowing yellow. One redbud cultivar named Forest Pansy has reddish purple leaves that remain highly colored during most of the growing season. For a striking spring garden effect the redbud is often planted in groups along with groups of white dogwood trees that begin flowering at the same time that redbud flowers appear. Early American settlers found redbud and dogwood trees growing in the forest nearby to plant in their yard to enjoy spring color. President George Washington and Thomas Jefferson loved redbud trees and extensively planted them on their Virginia estates. The redbud tree is very cold-hardy and will survive in states from Florida to Minnesota. The extra bonus to enjoying redbud flowers is the fact that the tree is a legume and nitrogen fixing bacteria growing near the roots add the fertilizer element nitrogen to the soil.

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5 of 5 Healthy! June 7, 2021
Reviewer: DanaG from NJ  
Beautiful, healthy tree! Starting to grow and show green after a few weeks.

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3 of 5 June 5, 2021
Reviewer: Patrick DiDomenico from Staten Island, NY United States  
The tree came faster than I expected. However upon unwrapping it it did look a little wilted and dry. I hope that this is the normal shock the tree might go through and shipping. I followed the instructions and planted it let’s see how the next couple of days go

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4 of 5 June 4, 2021
Reviewer: from ,  
The packaging was good and delivery fast.  I was worried that the tree did not have soil protecting its roots and appeared a bit dry.  I planted it and I am hopeful that it would survive.

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5 of 5 Eastern Redbud June 3, 2021
Reviewer: KW from ,  
Trees arrived quickly, and in good shape, and I planted the same day, and they already have leaves.

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5 of 5 Growing Well May 20, 2021
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Katy, TX United States  
Sat dormant in the ground for 3+ weeks but has now taken off and is sprouting branches and leaves.

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