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  • Exposure
    Full Sun
  • Height At Maturity
    Over 25 Feet
  • Planting Zones
    4-8
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    Bare-root
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    Mid November
  • Usage
    Flowering

Redbud Seedlings - Package Of 100

Sale price$99.99

Size 6-12"

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Redbud Seedlings profligate in hardy zones from 4-9, meaning the tree may grow almost anywhere in the eastern United States.

The Redbud Seedlings Loves To Grown On Mountains

The tree could do better in the arid regions of the west, mountainous areas, or low sandy areas such as Miami or Orlando. Its origins are in the forests of the eastern United States as an understory plant, meaning that it grew under the dense forest canopy as a shrub. Once removed from the woods, the Red-bud extends to become a small tree with a mature 20-30 feet height.

Redbud Seedlings Has Deep Root Systems

Planting in the fall allows the tree to grow an extensive root system during the winter and emerge as a viable plant during the first spring. These trees grow swiftly and flower within four to five years after planting. By years seven to eight, the trees start to produce seeds. Typically, the tree will reach full maturity within 12 years.

Redbud Seedlings Reach Tall Heights 

The Redbud Seedlings short trunk is ideal for use along parking strips, as its height will not reach power or telephone lines. As an ornamental tree, the Red-bud grips the vision of any passerby and enhances the landscaping of parks, homes, and workplaces. They have spectacular pink to reddish-purple blooms.

Redbud Seedlings Are The First To Bloom In Spring

The Redbud seedlings are the first to bloom in the spring, usually in April. The blossoms are prolific, covering every sweeping limb and, at times, the trunk. The blossoms resemble a pea and are edible with a slightly nutty flavor. As the flowers fade and drop away, a dark brown leaf with red trim emerges to grace the limbs with a delicate heart-shaped design. In the fall, the leaves turn green, then yellow, providing beautiful color throughout the year.