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A lovely small, native understory tree with showy, lavender-pink spring flowers. Read more.
Cercis canadensis // Eastern Redbud ("straight species")
Cercis canadensis 'Appalachian Red' // Appalachian Red Redbud
A very showy redbud tree with brighter, reddish-purple to neon, fuchsia-pink flowers. Read more.
Cercis canadensis 'Covey' // Lavender Twist® Weeping Redbud
A beautiful, narrow, dwarf, umbrella-shaped, weeping redbud. Read more.-not currently in our collection-
Cercis canadensis 'Floating Clouds' // Floating Clouds Redbud
A heat-tolerant, white-variegated leaf selection of redbud. Read more.
Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy' // Forest Pansy Redbud
Fabulous purple spring foliage, rosy-purple flowers and good fall color make this one a good choice. Read more.
Cercis canadensis 'Hearts of Gold' // Hearts of Gold Redbud
A lighter flowered, fast growing redbud with golden yellow leaves often changing to green by August. Read more.
Cercis canadensis 'JN2' // The Rising Sun™ Redbud
A redbud changing foliage colors from golden-orange to yellow to green, and then orange again in the fall. Read more.
Cercis canadensis 'Little Woody' // Little Woody Redbud
An adaptable, dwarf, fruitless redbud with good pink/purple flowers and good fall color. Read more.
Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' // Ruby Falls Weeping Redbud
A compact, weeping redbud with purple foliage in spring, turning yellow in the fall. Read more.
Cercis canadensis 'Silver Cloud' // Silver Cloud Redbud
A full-size redbud with speckled, variegated green and white foliage. Read more.
Cercis canadensis 'Tennessee Pink' // Tennessee Pink Redbud
A Redbud tree with true pink flowers, instead of the typical lavender/magenta/purple/pink color of the species. Read more.
Cercis canadensis var. alba // White Redbud
A naturally-occurring, full-sized variety of redbud with showy, white flowers. Read more.
A unique redbud with silvery-pink to rose/purple flowers in long racemes, resembling wisteria flowers, but may be damaged by cold winters in Zone 6. Read more.