The Eastern Redbud is a closely related species of the Cercis Siliquastrum, "Judas tree", much more rustic. Its origins of Canada explain it. Its abundant flowering occurs on wood, from April.
It has a reddish purple foliage in autumn, veined of green.
- Common name : Eastern Redbud
- Family : Fabaceae
- Category : tree
- Spread : 2/3M
- Foliage : deciduous
- Color of flowers : pink-purple
- Use : shrubbery - isolated
- Soil : fertile and well drained - deep soil
- Habit : spread out
- Earth to use : Universal humus
- Enemies : leafhopper - cochineal shield
- Possible diseases : Anthracnose - canker - coral disease - verticillium
- Date of last repotting : 15/01/22
- Remarks : late breaking in
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