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Ruby Falls Weeping Redbud Tree

Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' (PP #22,097)

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Ruby Falls Weeping Redbud Tree

Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' (PP #22,097)

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Botanical Name

Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' (PP #22,097)

Outdoor Growing zone

4-9

Mature Height

6-8

Mature Width

5-6

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

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AK, CA, HI, PR

The Ruby Falls Weeping Redbud is a small tree, reaching just 6 or 8 feet tall, with long, cascading branches spreading around it to a width of 5 or 6 feet. In very early spring the bare branches are smothered in clusters of small but powerfully-colored fuchsia-red blossoms, and then, when the new leaves first emerge, they are rich purple, turning burgundy through spring, and slowly becoming green in summer. In fall the leaves are brilliant yellow. Even in winter the brown seed pods and twisted, dark reddish-brown branches create a beautiful sight in your garden.

  • Unique small tree with cascading branches
  • Purple leaves in spring turn burgundy and then green
  • Dramatic early-spring purple-pink blooms on bare branches
  • Beautiful smaller tree for small gardens – or big ones
  • Grows easily in most garden situations

The Ruby Falls Weeping Redbud is unique, but it is fast-growing and easy to grow too. It grows in sheltered spots in zone 4, and throughout zones 5 to 9. It will color best in full sun, but it also grows happily in partial shade. All soils are suitable, including both acidic and alkaline ones, but avoid planting in wet and poorly-drained ones, as this tree does not thrive in wet soil. It is rarely bothered by pests or diseases, needs no pruning, and it is easy to grow, but remarkable to see.

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