Cercis Canadensis - Redbud

Cercis Canadensis - Redbud

Cercis canadensis - Redbud

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Redbud ist ein langsamer Züchter, der eine Höhe von 35 bis 75 Fuß erreicht. Die purpurnen rosa Blüten erscheinen in der letzten Aprilwoche bis zur ersten oder zweiten Maiwoche auf dem ganzen Baum. Junge Bäume sind am einfachsten zu verpflanzen und überleben am besten, wenn sie im Frühjahr gepflanzt werden. Redbud hat eine unregelmäßige Wuchsform, gelbe Herbstfarbe und ist schattentolerant. Das beste Wachstum findet in einem leichten, reichen, feuchten Boden statt.

Mehrere Sorten von Redbud können gesehen werden: alba - weiße Blüten, Blüten etwa eine Woche später; 'Pink Charm' - Blumen rosa; 'Pinkbud' - Blumen rosa; 'Purple Leaf' - junges Laub lila; 'Silver Cloud' - Blätter bunt mit Weiß; 'Flamme' - mehr aufrechte Verzweigung, Blüten doppelt, Blüten später.

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Cercis Canadensis - Redbud

FAQ - 💬

❓ Where is the best place to plant a redbud tree?

👉 They should be planted in moist, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Redbuds are very pH adaptable and will grow equally well in alkaline or acidic soil. It's best to plant redbuds in an area with good air circulation to reduce the chance of fungal diseases.

❓ What is the prettiest redbud tree?


  • 'Forest Pansy' (shown) is one of the most popular cultivars, with deep purple foliage and rose-colored flowers. ...
  • 'Ruby Falls' is an excellent redbud for small spaces. ...
  • 'Texas White' produces an abundance of bright white flowers and has leathery, glossy, bright green foliage.

❓ How big does a redbud tree get?

👉 20 to 30 feetRedbuds always remain small, maturing at 20 to 30 feet in height and 15 to 35 feet in width. They generally grow as a small tree with a divided trunk close to the ground. The spreading crown is usually rounded to flat-topped. It can develop as a multi-trunk shrub.

❓ Is a Judas tree the same as a redbud?

👉 Eastern redbud, Cercis canadensis, is a member of the Leguminosae or Pea family and got its common name, Judas tree, from legend. Biblical literature records that after betraying Christ, Judas Iscariot hanged himself from a tree.

❓ Are redbud roots invasive?

👉 Their surface roots can extent at least as far as its canopy is wide (10' to 15'. They have shallow surface roots that are thin and not considered invasive or aggressive. This small tree can be planted near patios, decks, and foundations without problems.

❓ What is the best time to plant a redbud tree?

👉 Planting a redbud tree is best done in early spring. These ornamental beauties prefer well-drained soil and a partly shaded location. Once you have selected your site, dig a hole that is at least three times as wide as the tree's root.

❓ Are redbud trees messy?

👉 Are redbud trees messy? The redbud trees are hardy, shade-tolerant, and beautiful flowering shrubs planted up to 8 feet from the house. They produce fragrant blooms and even edible fruit! Although they do drop seed pods, they aren't overly messy.

❓ Do redbud trees have invasive roots?

👉 They have shallow surface roots that are thin and not considered invasive or aggressive. This small tree can be planted near patios, decks, and foundations without problems.

❓ Can you keep a redbud tree small?

👉 Redbuds often have more than one trunk and will grow in a shrub-like manner that could end up being nearly as wide as it is tall. They can be pruned and trained to have one straight trunk and be grown like a small tree.

❓ Are redbud trees good?

👉 In fact, the redbud is so indispensable to these valuable animals some experts rate it as one of our top 10 most important native flowering trees. The high rating stems from the species' ability to provide these insects with an abundant supply of nectar and pollen when both are often hard to find elsewhere.

❓ Why do they call it Judas tree?

👉 Its common name derives from the belief that Judas Iscariot hanged him- self from this tree species after he betrayed Jesus. (It has other common names, too, with more cheerful connotations—including the love tree and the Mediterranean redbud.)

❓ Where does Cercis canadensis grow?

👉 Cercis canadensis. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Cercis canadensis, the eastern redbud, is a large deciduous shrub or small tree, native to eastern North America from southern Ontario, south to northern Florida but which can thrive as far west as California.

❓ What is a Canadian redbud tree?

👉 Fig. 1. Young flowering tree of Cercis canadensis var. canadensis (eastern redbud). Arnold Arboretum One of the few woody plants native to eastern North America that is widely planted as an ornamental is the eastern redbud, Cercis canadensis.

❓ What are the characteristics of Cercis canadensis?

👉 Noteworthy Characteristics Cercis canadensis, commonly called eastern redbud, is a deciduous, often multi-trunked understory tree with a rounded crown that typically matures to 20-30’ tall with a slightly larger spread.

❓ Where do Cercis - Redbud trees grow?

👉 It should be planted when young and left undisturbed. Native to eastern and central North America from Connecticut to New York to southern Ontario and the Great Lakes south to western Texas and Florida. Not sure which Cercis - Redbuds to pick?

Autor Des Artikels: Alexander Schulz. Unabhängiger Konstrukteur und technischer Experte. Arbeitserfahrung in der Baubranche seit 1980. Fachkompetenz in den Richtungen: Bau, Architektur, Design, Hausbau.

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