Cercis canadensis

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Noun1.Cercis canadensis - small shrubby tree of eastern North America similar to the Judas tree having usually pink flowersCercis canadensis - small shrubby tree of eastern North America similar to the Judas tree having usually pink flowers; found in damp sheltered underwood
angiospermous tree, flowering tree - any tree having seeds and ovules contained in the ovary
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Mitchell, Aboyne Cercis canadensis, or Forest Pansy, is usually trouble-free but it does like good drainage and a combination of wet soil and cold winters may have done for yours.
Western gardeners don't often get to enjoy the thirsty redbud tree, but the Mexican variety (Cercis canadensis mexicana) is ideal for shady northern exposures in the desert southwest.
Plants that give a vibrant autumn display tend to colour up best in the sun, with trees and shrubs such as Cotinus 'Grace', Rhus typhina, Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy' and maples leading the way.
A partial list of the native tall and small trees that the birds mentioned in your question find appealing are American basswood (Tilia americana), black cherry (Prunus serotina), black oak (Quercus velutina), downy serviceberry (Amelanchier arborea), Eastern arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis), Allegheny serviceberry (Amelanchier laevis), paper birch (Betula payifera) and redbud (Cercis canadensis).
Effects of shade treatments on net photosynthetic characteristics and chlorophyll fluorescence parameters of Cercis canadensis "Forest Pansy".
2002) dealt with the introduction of fungi into the wood of Cercis canadensis by the Asian ambrosia beetle and the resulting fungal growth.
Importance values were calculated as the sum of the relative density, relative dominance, and relative frequency of each species BC BC BG Species invaded uninvaded invaded Acer pensylvanicum -- -- -- Acer rubrum -- 0.88 0.40 Amelanchier alnifolia 0.67 -- -- Betula nigra -- -- 0.11 Carya glabra -- 0.10 0.14 Cercis canadensis -- -- -- Camus flarida 0.19 0.11 -- Fagus grandifolia -- -- -- Hamamelis virginiana -- 0.09 -- Ilex opaca 0.09 0.10 -- Kalmia latifolia -- 0.09 -- Lindera benzoin 0.09 -- 0.10 Liquidambar styraciflua -- -- -- Liriodendron tulipifera 1.04 1.03 1.94 Magnolia sp.
7.25 7 0.30 coriacea Cercis canadensis 8.35 7 0.09 Quercus xalapensis 7.00 7 0.03 Crataegus mexicana 5.64 7 0.02 Trema micrantha 7.64 7 0.01 Daphnopsis mollis 1.64 6 0.01 Especie Frecuencia IVIR ** Estrato arboreo superior (>20 m) Liquidambar styraciflua 1.0 47.27 Quercus pinnativenulosa 1.0 31.93 Quercus germana 1.0 25.49 Clethra pringlei 1.0 15.09 Carya ovata var.
Propagation of selected clones by eastern redbud (Cercis Canadensis) by stem cuttings.
Cornus controversa 'Variegata' (Wedding Cake Tree) Crataegus laevigata (Paul's Scarlet) Cercis canadensis (Forest Pansy)
Eastern redbuds (Cercis canadensis) are looking full and healthy this year.