Judas tree

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small tree of the eastern Mediterranean having abundant purplish-red flowers growing on old wood directly from stems and appearing before the leaves: widely cultivated in mild regions

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Another beautiful and quite unusual tree is the Cercis Forest Pansy or Judas tree which has huge purple leaves and beautiful pinky-purple flowers that grow all down the stem.
MacMillan's The Prince of the Pagodas will be replaced by a triple bill of his works: Danses Concertantes in the original Georgiadis designs, Gloria, and his searing The Judas Tree.
BCreate a dazzling summer show in containers and beds by choosing plants with colours from extreme ends of the spectrum ONE of the most arresting sights in the garden at Glebe Cottage at this time of year is a Judas tree, cercis siliquastrum.
Beautiful flowering trees that are appropriate for most garden sizes include the Judas tree and the flowering cherry blossoms.
There is a Judas tree, a wedding cake tree and an acer griseum or paper bark tree, and threaded everywhere through the trees and along the wall are many varieties of clematis.
Aided by her willingness to take risks, she created understandable and human characters with an underlying decency as the Madonna-Whore-Rape Victim in his The Judas Tree and as Mary Vetsera, Prince Rudolf's partner in suicide in Mayerling.
Asked whether the idea of women so often being manhandled or victimized in his ballets bothers her, as in Mayerling and The Judas Tree, she demurs.
Well worth considering are lavenders, agaves, Erigeron, Judas tree, ornamental alliums, vines (either for fruiting or for the attractive foliage), species tulips, miniature cyclamen, iris and the more attractive looking vegetables grown in containers - for example, tomatoes, chilli peppers and aubergines.
And the only two new ballets--Kenneth MacMillan's The Judas Tree and David Bintley's Tombeaux--hardly set the Hudson on fire.
The two MacMillan ballets that the Royal Ballet showed during its season at the Metropolitan Opera House in July, Mayerling and his last ballet, The Judas Tree, typify the strong dramatic roles in his work.
The New York season will also feature the local premiere of Judas Tree, MacMillan's final ballet, a one-acter set to an original score by Brian Elias.
Judas Tree, MacMillan's last work for RB, offers a disturbing picture of life and death in London's Docklands.
The municipality cut down the pomegranate tree, Judas trees, bay trees and blueberry bushes.
Previously the land had contained several types of trees, including Judas trees and wild pear and had been appreciated by local residents for many years.
The area, owned by the ystanbul Special Provincial Administration, located in Altunizade, E[pounds sterling]skE-dar, was full of fruit, wild pear and Judas trees and other greenery.