The common name of the Cercis Canadensis plant is eastern redbud. In fact, It is a popular plant. It is an ornamental and deciduous plant but also it is sometimes called judas tree.
|Family||Fabaceae- Pea Family|
|Is stem Aromatic||No|
|Value to Gardener||It is Edible, as well as it has a Long Blooming period and Showy|
|Size||< 1 inch|
|Plant type||Tree, Edible, Native Plant, Shrub|
|Attracts||In particular, it attracts butterflies, Pollinators Specialized Bees|
|Fruit Color||Brown/Copper, Green, Red/Burgundy|
|Display/Harvest Time||During Fall and summer it is the best time to harvest it.|
|Fruit Length||1-3 inches|
|Leaf||It is Green in color but is considered a good fall|
|Woody Plant Leaf Characteristics||Deciduous|
|Length||3-6 inches high.|
|Deciduous Leaf Fall Color||Gold/Yellow|
|Width||It is 3-6 inches wide.|
|Sun||Part shade, shade|
|Soil pH||Acid (<6.0), Alkaline (>8.0), Neutral (6.0-8.0)|
|Drainage||Especially a well-drained soil|
|Level of moisture||Moist|
|Best suitable soil type||Chalk, Clay, Loam, Sand are considered as the most suitable soil types.|
|Preferred description||Generally Moist, fertile, well-drained soils|
|Origin/native||It is commonly found in Eastern North America from southern Ontario, south to northern Florida but which can thrive as far west as California.|
How to care for Cercis Canadensis?
Full sun and partial shade are specifically best for this plant; however, it prefers a minimum of 4 hours of direct also unfiltered sunlight each day.
Medium water is required whereas, overwatering is to be avoided.
Generally, Cercis canadensis grows in deep, moist gritty soil that drains well. Similarly, this plant needs Chalky, Clay, Loamy, Sandy soil.
Cercis canadensis grows without heavy fertilization, however, it needs well-drained moist soil.
Cercis canadensis growth:
It grows 30 feet tall and eventually reaches to 6 to 10 inches in diameter.
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