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    Summer shade with fall colors!

  • Greg Magnus

    10 Top Mid-Atlantic Native Plants, landscaping, design

  • Debbie Fairchild

    I love the 'Forest Pansy' Redbud tree. It has these gorgeous pink blooms in early spring, and its' leaves turn purple in the fall. Grows in full sun to a height of about 20 feet. (Zones 5-9)

  • Peg Carlisle

    Forest Pansy Redbud - zones 3-9 // 20ft traditional landscape by The American Gardener, LLC

  • Sue Ackerman

    Landscape Weeping Redbud Tree Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel, and Decor

  • Helen Wertheim

    Forest pansy redbud. With four-season interest Cercis canadensis, or forest pansy redbud, provides a great focal point in any yard. "This is especially true in the front yard," notes Sims, "where land mass tends to be smaller." Redbuds, like the one in this project by The American Gardener, are rated for full sun but, according to Sims, prefer afternoon shade. USDA zones: 5 to 9 Height: 20 feet Color: Blooms pink in early spring; turns purple in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular

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