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Eastern redbud

A species of Redbuds
Botanical name : Cercis canadensis Genus : Redbuds

Eastern redbud, A species of Redbuds
Botanical name: Cercis canadensis
Genus: Redbuds
Eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis)

Description

Eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis) is a small understory tree native to North America. In spring or early summer clusters of purple-pink flowers appear on bare branches and sometimes on the trunk. The characteristic seed pod reveals that Eastern redbud belongs to the legume family, which makes it a cousin to peas, and locust trees.
Plant Type
Tree
Lifespan
Perennial
Flower Color
Red
Purple
Pink
Leaf Color
Yellow
Red
Purple
Green
Orange
Gold
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General Info

Name story

Eastern redbud
During the spring, it will grow a tree full of red flower buds. Due to its beautiful flower buds, the plant is known as the redbud. Since the western regions of the United States are so dry, the plant cannot survive in the west, and so it was named the Eastern redbud.

Symbolism

shame, penance, healing, driving away negative emotions

Usages

Garden Use
Eastern redbud is found in public parks and home gardens across North America. Its flowers are beloved for their likeness to pink sweet peas, giving this tree a remarkable appearance in the springtime. Eastern redbud can be used to add some lovely cherry-blossom-type hues to your garden and works wondrously as a barrier or standalone piece. Perfect for cottage or traditional gardens, it works well when planted with dogwood trees, witch hazel, and snowberry plants.
Eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis) Eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis)
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