Cercis siliquastrum (Judas Tree)Add to Wish List
The Judas tree is a tiny spring-blooming tree with a stunning appearance. From April onwards, its purple pink blooms develop immediately before the leaves, adding colour to your garden. It is quite sensitive to soil type, preferring chalky or limestone...
Cercis occidentalis (California Redbud)Add to Wish List
The plant is indigenous to the United States' southwestern states, including Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah. In the spring, it has attractive pink blooms in bunches. It's a fantastic little tree for a garden in the Southwest of the United...
Cercis gigantea (Giant Redbud)Add to Wish List
vigorously growing, medium- to large-sized, multi-stemmed tree that is closely related to C. chinensis. The wide, vase-shaped crown is formed by the centre leaderes growing quite steeply. The almost heart-shaped leaves on C. chinensis are significantly bigger. They emerge as...
Cercis chinensis (Chinese Redbud)Add to Wish List
The Chinese redbud grows wild in central and southern China's forests. It usually develops as an open shrub that reaches a height of 8 to 15 feet. It has longer seed pods and produces somewhat bigger purple blooms. Medium-sized, heart-shaped...
Cercis canadensis (Northern Red Bud)Add to Wish List
A deciduous tree that blooms in the spring. Trees with gently climbing branches and a rounded form generally grow to be 20 feet tall with a comparable spread. The leaves are alternating, simple, and widely heart-shaped. The leaves start off...