Hosts 19 species of Lepidoptera
Tree with short trunk, rounded crown of spreading branches, and pink flowers that cover the twigs in spring. Redbud is a 15-30 ft. tree with one to several picturesque, maroon-purple trunks and a wide, umbrella-like crown. Its pink flowers, borne in tight clusters along the stems and branches before new leaves appear, create a showy spring display. Smooth, heart-shaped, deciduous foliage does not have significant fall color.  Stunning tiny pink flower clusters cover the entire tree.
Water Use: Low
Wetland indicator status: FACU
Light Requirement: Part Shade, Shade
Soil Moisture: Moist
Soil Description: Moist, fertile, well-drained soils.
Attracts: Birds
Deer Resistant: Moderate

Redbud, Cercis Canadensis



1655 N County Road 605, Sunbury, OH 43074

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