You can never go wrong with a redbud tree! It is by far one of the best, most beautiful native trees you can grow and in the spring you will be happy that you did! In the around they have a beautiful pink/red color that is jaw dropping beautiful! These are more of a smaller tree that doesn’t get huge. They can live to be 80 years of more on average. They don’t seem to like direct hot sun all day or droughts. They like a good drink of water now and then and can prefer some shade some of the day or the leaves can get burnt a little, however they can and will grow in full sun. Great small beautiful landscaping tree that works even in smaller areas. Rosy pink flowers appear in April. Reddish-purple leaves change to dark green, then to yellow. Forms a spreading, graceful crown. Full sun or light shade. Partial shade preferred in windy, dry areas. Very popular native tree to the United States and grows in nearly all areas of the United States. Usually grows naturally as an understory tree which means in a natural forest it can grow under some other trees but still likes a decent amount of sunlight.
To follow with your state regulations, we can not ship this plant to: CA, AK, HI
Deliveries to WA, UT, ID, NV, MT, ND, SD MUST be shipped Bareroot.
average shipping height is 1ft to 2ft. We always send the tallest ones available that we have to you though. All of our trees ship Bareroot which means they will ship with no soil and no pot. This allows the plants to have a safer trip through the mail as well as to cut down on shipping costs majorly. The roots will be carefully removed from the pot they are growing in, and then wrapped in moist material with the roots sealed up to keep them moist during transit.
Other Names: Cercis canadensis, American redbud
Grow Zone: 4 to 9
Growth Speed: Slow To Moderate
Light Requirements: Likes Full Sun to partial shade
Average Full Grown Height: 20’ to 30’
Average Full Grown Width: 20’ to 30’
Deciduous (loses Leaves) Or Evergreen (Holds Foilage All Year): Deciduous
Average Lifespan: 50 to 70 years