Eastern Redbud (Cercis Canadensis)

Have you ever been traveling along the highway in the spring and see one or more brightly colored tree just bursting out in pink/lavender blossoms? That is the Redbud. You cannot mistake them, and you cannot get over their beauty. Anyone would be impressed by these delightful trees in their yard. It steals the show every spring.

As the blossoms fall, new heart shaped leaves emerge for great summer shade. They love to dance in the breeze and take all what nature offers. The shape of the trees can vary. Some are multi-stemmed, and some are a single stem. Either is a treat to own.

The Redbud is native to North America and grows in woodlands, along creeks and right in your own backyard. They are also very tolerant to partial shaded conditions. Come to Heritage Hill Nursery in Cedarburg and claim yours today!

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