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} Eastern redbud is a small- to medium-sized tree. Mature specimens can reach a height of 20 to 30 feet with a 25 foot spread. The crown is irregular and can be rounded or vase shaped, single- or multi-trunked, depending on the cultivar and pruning.

It grows across the eastern half of the United States, from USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9A. They emerge a reddish color, turning dark green as summer approaches and then yellow in the fall. Makes a bold landscape statement, with its irregular branching and graceful crown. Yields brown to brownish-black pods that are 2–3" in length, remaining on the tree throughout winter. Grows in. Eastern Redbud Leaves The alternate leaves are heart shaped and approximately 5″ long and wide.





In the fall the leaves turn a bright yellow color, making an attractive display. However, the leaf size varies with substantially depending on the climate the tree is located.

Redbud Tree Spring's small pink blooms give way to heart-shape leaves that fill the canopy with a beautiful, coarse texture. Seedpods hold onto the branches into the fall, adding winter interest.

Colored foliage varieties add even more appeal to this wonderful small tree. Apr 18, Rosebud trees are known for the rose-purple flowers they produce on their dainty branches at the start of each spring. Some redbud trees also have purple, lavender, pink, or white blooms, even though the rose-colored flowers are most common. These trees are fairly easy to plant if done while still young, and they are even easier to maintain.

Texas White redbud tree is a deciduous tree with a rounded form, coarse texture and fine foliage that really set it apart from other landscape plants. The pristine white flowers of this tree look gorgeous with the shiny heart-shaped leaves that turn a beautiful shade of yellow during the fall season. Aug 20, It sure looks like a redbud, but what has me confused is that this tree is supposed to be a slow grower.

Not mine. It's about 3 times the size it was when I planted it in May! Do you think it really is a redbud or a look alike? My friend said it did have the redbud flowers, but she may have been confused.



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