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Native Redbud Tree Varieties And Cultivars For Every Garden

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Redbuds produce beautiful flowers, don’t take up much room and don’t require much water. Click to learn about this perfect native tree.

Tips For Transplanting Redbud Tree

By Teo Spengler

While it’s not a good idea to transplant a mature redbud tree unless absolutely necessary, it is entirely possible to dig up seedlings to transplant into your landscape. Read on for tips for transplanting redbud trees.

Growing Oklahoma Redbud: How To Plant An Oklahoma Redbud Tree

By Teo Spengler

Oklahoma redbud trees offer dramatic spring blossoms, purple seedpods, and shiny foliage. For information on Oklahoma redbud trees, click the following article.

Lavender Twist Redbud Care: Growing Weeping Lavender Twist Redbuds

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

Redbuds are popular ornamental trees for the home landscape. This article will discuss the weeping tree variety of eastern redbud known as ?Lavender Twist.? Click here for weeping redbud info and tips on how to grow a Lavender Twist redbud.

Cutting Back Redbuds: How And When To Prune A Redbud Tree

By Teo Spengler

Redbuds are lovely small trees for gardens and backyards. Pruning a redbud tree is essential to keeping the tree healthy and attractive. If you want to know how to prune redbud trees, the information in this article can help.

Forest Pansy Tree Care – Tips On Growing A Forest Pansy Tree

By Teo Spengler

Forest Pansy trees are a type of eastern redbud. The tree gets its name from the attractive, pansy-like flowers that appear in spring. Click this article for more information about the Forest Pansy redbud, including Forest Pansy tree care.

Growing Redbud Trees: How To Care For A Redbud Tree

By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener

Growing redbud trees is a great way to add brilliant color to your landscape. Click here to learn how to care for a redbud tree.

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