1 Eastern Redbud Tree (Cercis Canadensis) 3 to 4 feet Tall by earthwaterwindfire365 at Think Earth Shop. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Plant your bareroot trees and shrubs as soon as possible after you receive your order. Do not let the roots dry out. Store in a cool, shaded area.
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Plant your bareroot trees and shrubs as soon as possible after you receive your order. Do not let the roots dry out. Store in a cool, shaded area. Before planting, soak the roots in a pail of water for a few hours. When planting , make sure not to break the sometimes brittle roots of the plants, Dig the hole about twice as wide as the root system and about the same depth as the root system.. Do not plant your plants too deep. The top of the root system should be level with or slightly above the surrounding soil. After planting, tightly pack the soil in and around your new planting hole, Next, mulch around your plant (2-3 inches deep) with straw or bark chips, Water thoroughly after planting.
Features & Highlights
- 1 Eastern redbud tree (Cercis canadensis) 3 to 4 feet tall. Zones: 4-9 Mature Height: 20-30 ft. Mature Width: 10-15 ft. Sunlight: Full or Partial Soil Conditions: Adaptable Drought Tolerance: Good
- The eastern redbud tree (Cercis canadensis) is extensively planted as an ornamental throughout the Eastern United States. It is tolerant of a wide range of site conditions, is not especially vulnerable to insects or diseases, is relatively easy to maintain, and makes a beautiful shrub or small tree, especially when flowering.
- Redbud is a desirable small tree that is grown for its showy, pinkish purple flowers that emerge and cover the tree in spring before the leaves appear. The large heart shaped, dark green foliage is also quite attractive throughout the growing season. Fall color is a clear yellow. Fruit is a 2-3" long flat pod which turns brown in the fall and persists into the winter. Redbud can be grown as a single or multi-stemmed small tree with a round to wide spreading crown.
- Native Range: The range of eastern redbud is from New Jersey and southern Pennsylvania northwest to southern Michigan, southwest into southeastern Nebraska, south to central Texas, and east to central Florida.
- Planting the Eastern Redbud Tree Can be planted anytime that the ground is not frozen. The planting site should be moist, we-drained soil. The tree will thrive in almost any type of soil (clay, sandy, acidic, or alkaline) as long as the soil has good drainage and no standing water. The Eastern Redbud tree requires very little maintenance except for an occasional watering during hot dry periods.
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