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Eastern Redbud

Eastern Redbud

Brief Description 

The Eastern Redbud is an excellent tree for areas where you want to add some flare. Spring brings lovely pink flowers that have a unique cluster pattern. The heart-shaped leaves are dark green in the summer and turn canary yellow in Fall. This tree can be planted in tighter spaces, as it grows 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide. 


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Common Name – Eastern Redbud 

Botanical Name – Cercis Canadensis 

Plant Type – Deciduous 

Mature Size –  up to 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide 

Sun Exposure – Full Sun 

Hardiness Zone – 4 to 9  


Because of the vibrant flowers that bloom in Summer, make sure that this tree gets planted in a location where everyone will be able to view it. Planting it is like nearly every other tree and make sure you add tree stakes because this will protect it during its early years. Make sure that it receives an adequate amount of water  


The Purple Leaf Plum is an easy tree to care for. We recommend that during winter the tree receives a thinning, as it keeps things more orderly through the years. Remove the tree stakes once the tree is established and move the emitters away from the base a couple feet. This will force the roots to grow out and away from the trunk, which will help with strength and drought tolerance. One yearly fertilization in the summer would never hurt either.  


While there are a couple varieties, whatever they’re selling at the nursery will be great. 


This tree is not invasive


For other trees that are perfectly suited for Greater Prescott, read about the Purple Leaf Plum here.