Cercis canadensis

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Synonyms for Cercis canadensis

small shrubby tree of eastern North America similar to the Judas tree having usually pink flowers

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Effects of ambrosia beetle attack on Cercis canadensis. IAWA Journal 23: 143-160.
The Redbud, Cercis canadensis, or one of its named cultivars such as Forest Pansy or Lavender Twist are 15-foot, upright-growing small trees with lavender flowers that are followed by heart-shaped leaves.
Micropropagation of white flowering eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis var.
* Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis): forms a spreading, graceful crown; thrives in full sun or light shade; rosy-pink flowers usually appear in April; reddish-purple leaves change to dark green, and then to yellow; partial shade preferred in windy, dry areas.
Species Seedlings Small Saplings Large Saplings Carya ovata 2166.7 258.3 26.6 Ulmus rubra 1583.3 475.0 23.3 Quercus alba 1583.3 100.0 23.3 Quercus velutina 1500.0 75.0 -- Sassafras albidum 1500.0 141.7 46.7 Fraxinus americana 1083.3 500.0 43.3 Carya tomentosa 916.7 800.0 40.0 Amelanchier arborea 916.7 50.0 10.0 Prunus serotina 666.7 50.0 33.3 Asimina triloba 500.0 516.7 40.0 Ostrya virginiana 500.0 91.7 30.0 Carya glabra 500.0 16.7 3.3 Celtis occidentalis 416.7 -- -- Acer saccharum 333.3 316.7 73.3 Cornus florida 333.3 75.0 450.0 Quercus imbricaria 333.3 16.7 -- Ulmus americana 166.7 58.3 40.0 Cercis canadensis 83.3 -- -- Diospyros virginiana 83.3 -- -- Morus rubra -- 16.7 -- Carya cordiformis -- 8.3 6.7 Acer ginnala -- 8.3 -- Totals 15166.6 3575.1 889.8 Table 3.
3-7 Downy serviceberry Amelanchier arborea 4-9 Eastern arborvitae Thuja occidentalis 3-7 Eastern redbud Cercis canadensis 4-9 European alder Alnus glutinosa 4-7 Goldenraintree Koelreuteria paniculata 5-9 Trees Common hackberry Celtis occidentalis 3-9 Hawthorn species Crataegus spp.
Another shrub with distinctive foliage, cercis canadensis is a smouldering mix of ember black, purple, deep claret, crimson and everything in between.
North American Ogham: Celtic Wisdom for the Prairies & Central Plains OGHAM CELTIC CENTRAL PLAINS Beith Silver Birch River Birch Betula pmdula Betula nigra Luis Rowan Red Cedar Sorbus aucuparia Juniperus virginiana Nuin Ash Redbud (Nion) Fraxinus excelsior Cercis canadensis Fearn Alder Red Maple Alnus glutinosa Acer rubrum Saille Willow Willow Salix spp.
deodora Deodor cedar Celtis occidentalis Common hackberry Cercidiphyllum japonicum Katsura tree Cercis canadensis Eastern redbud Cornus alternifolia Pagoda dogwood C.
The following groups of species were tested: entire margins - Cornus florida, Fagus grandifolia, Cercis canadensis, and Nyssa sylvatica; prominently toothed - Ulmus americana and Viburnum rafinesquianum; inconspicuously toothed - Prunus serotina and Viburnum prunifolium; compound and prominently toothed - Aesculus sylvatica, Carya alba, and Rubus allegheniensis; lobed with smooth margins - Quercus alba, Quercus stellata, and Liriodendron tulipifera; lobed with pointed or toothed margins - Quercus rubra, Viburnum acerifolium, Liquidambar styracifiua, and Acer rubrum.
In addition to compatible trees and shrubs, from the flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and redbud (Cercis canadensis) to some of the native viburnums, springblooming wild flowers-such as the bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) and large-nowered trillium (Triffium grandiflorum)-are suitable.
Plants that give a vibrant autumn the sun, with trees and shrubs such as Cotinus 'Grace', Rhus typhina, Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy' and maples leading the way.