Árbol del Amor “Cercis siliquastrum”
Introducción Según las encuestas realizadas, las plantas por las que habéis mostrado más interés han sido los árboles. Es por ello que para estrenarnos con un post sobre esta temática hemos elegido…
Plant Oklahoma Redbud by Cossey Botanical Park Arboretum in Trees for pollinators | Plants Map
Oklahoma Redbud (Cercis canadensis var. texensis 'Oklahoma' synonym Cercis reniformis) is a variety of eastern redbud that is native to Oklahoma and Texas.It is a small deciduous spring flowering tree.Flowers are reddish-pinkAverage size 20-30' tall x 15-20' wideFull sun to part sunUSDA Zones 6-9Tolerates deer and black walnut trees.
The University of Texas at Austin
Cercis canadensis var. texensis (S. Wats.) M. Hopkins Texas redbud Fabaceae (Pea Family) Synonyms: Cercis occidentalis USDA Symbol: CECAT USDA Native Status: Native to U.S. Benefits: The nectar is sought after by butterflies, bees, moths, and insects. The leaves are sometimes browsed by deer. The seeds are eaten by granivorous birds.
PlantFiles Pictures: Cercis Species, Western Redbud, California Redbud (Cercis occidentalis) by palmbob
View picture of Western Redbud, California Redbud (Cercis occidentalis) at Dave's Garden. All pictures are contributed by our community.
10 Best Flowering Shrubs
Hardy shrubs have declined in popularity in recent years, partly because of our love of herbaceous perennials, which are considered, rightly but rather narrowly, to provide swifter effect in the garden.Herbaceous perennials are all very fine (and few gardens feel quite right without them) but they do not make shrubs redundant, since the latter are generally better at providing structure and height and color, flower and scent in spring before herbaceous perennials hit their stride. And…
How to Start a Redbud Tree | eHow.com
Redbud trees (Cercis spp.) make clusters of 1/2-inch-long flowers in shades of pink, purple and white directly on their trunks and branches in spring, before their 3- to 5-inch heart-shaped leaves appear. The blooms are followed by 1 1/2- to 4-inch-long reddish brown seed pods.