Redbud trees are in bloom now which means this is a great time to pick your favorite! Redbuds are showy accent trees that are very drought tolerant once established. Best in full sun except as noted below. Water these trees deeply but not too frequently once they are established.
Here’s a few of our varieties we have in stock now!
Vanilla Twist Redbud White flowers in early spring before leaves emerge. Unique weeping habit. Great heat and sun tolerant substitute for Japanese Maple. Light green heart shaped leaves. Grows 12′ tall and 8′ wide.
Tenessee Pink Redbud Clear pink flowers for three weeks in spring. Leaves emerge red and turn dark green. Fall foliage in yellow. 15-20′ tall and wide.
Rising Sun Redbud Small, showy, rosy-orchid flowers in Spring. New foliage is yellow and orange. 10-15’t tall and wide
Texas White Redbud Pure white flowers on bare branches. Blooms early spring. Makes great garden or patio tree. 15′ tall X 15′ wide
Don Egolf Redbud Dense spring flower display. Slow-growing multi-stemmed tree. Compact and round. No see pods! 9′ tall X 8′ wide
Merlot Redbud Glossy, small, rounded dark purple leaves. Upright, vase shape. Bright pink flowers in spring. 12-15′ tall and wide
Oklahoma Redbud Spectacular purplish-red flower clusters in early spring (after flowering plums, before flowering crabapples). Attractive tree with round-shaped canopy and glossy, heart-shaped leaves. Tolerates hot summers. Largest of the redbuds, to 30-35 ft. Sunset Zones 1-3, 7-20.