Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

Eastern Redbud

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Round-headed tree with large, heart-shaped leaves of glowing-purple. Leaves turn glowing-orange and red in autumn. Masses of rose-pink, pea-shaped flowers on the bare branches in spring. The dark red-brown bark has a scaly surface and forms deep fissures to expose the cinnamon-orange interior. The young stems start brown then become almost black, providing winter interest.

exotic tree Exotic
deciduous tree Deciduous
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Taxonomy and Etymology

Family: Fabaceae, legume, pea, or bean family, a family of flowering trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants.

Genus: Cercis, cercis, derived from the Greek noun κερκίς (kerkís, 'weaver's shuttle') which was applied by Theophrastus (c. 371 - c. 287 BC) to Cercis siliquastrum, in reference to the shape of the seedpods of species in this genus resembling that of a weaver's shuttle. Commonly known as redbud, a genus of deciduous large shrubs and small trees.

Species: Cercis canadensis, canadēnsis (Latin, adjective), meaning 'Canadian, of or relating to Canada', in reference to this species' native geographical location. When this species was named, the specific epithet was used to refer to a region of north-eastern America, partly in Canada, but mostly in the United States.

Cultivar: Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

Common Name: Eastern Redbud

Description and Features

Description: Round-headed tree with large, heart-shaped leaves of glowing-purple. Leaves turn glowing-orange and red in autumn. Masses of rose-pink, pea-shaped flowers on the bare branches in spring. The dark red-brown bark has a scaly surface and forms deep fissures to expose the cinnamon-orange interior. The young stems start brown then become almost black, providing winter interest.

Height: 4m

Width: 3m

Winter Foliage: Deciduous

Origin: Exotic

Stem:

  • Summer: Red, Brown, Orange, Black

  • Autumn: Red, Brown, Orange, Black

  • Winter: Red, Brown, Orange, Black

  • Spring: Red, Brown, Orange, Black

Foliage:

  • Summer: Purple

  • Autumn: Red, Orange

  • Winter: None

  • Spring: Purple

Flowers:

  • Summer: None

  • Autumn: None

  • Winter: None

  • Spring: Pink

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