Cercis canadensis mexicana
Deciduous, Shrubs, Trees
Valued for flowers, fruit, foliage. Clusters of small, sweet pea–shaped, rosy to purplish pink blossoms in early–spring; where plant is adapted, blooms are borne in great profusion on bare twigs, branches, sometimes even on main trunk. Flowers are followed by clusters of flat, beanlike pods that persist into winter. Attractive broad, rounded leaves are heart shaped at base.
All redbuds provide fall color with first frost and are attractive in naturalized settings. Do any pruning in dormant season or after bloom.Cercis canadensis mexicana
Includes plants from many sources in Mexico. Most widely distributed is a single-trunked form to 15 ft. tall, with leathery blue-green leaves and pinkish purple flowers.
Native to eastern United States. This is the most widely used trumpet creeper in cold-winter areas. A ...
Gray-green rosettes of many leaves are joined by fine hairs for a cobweb-covered look. Larger rosettes...
Propagated from a plant collected at the abandoned farm of Rudolph Boysen in 1923, this fruit put Knot...