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Our Red Bud plants are available in 2 sizes:
Red Bud or Cercis canadensis sometimes referred to as the Judas tree because it dates back to biblical times. The Red Bud Tree grows as a small tree that displays and abundance of purple blossoms in the spring. This flowering tree is a good choice for adding spring color to any woodland landscape.
It has large heart shaped leaves during the summer, and long seed pods in the fall. Effective as a single specimen, in groupings, in the shrub border, especially nice in woodland and naturalized type situations; one of the many favorite eastern native plants. Has low water requirements and displays a high tolerance to salt and alkali soils. Greenwood offers many bushes and shrubs at wholesale prices.
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