Cercis canadensis ‘Ruby Falls’ was selected for its attractive purple leaf color and weeping growth habit. Bred from stellar parents - ‘Covey’ x ‘Forest Pansy’ - ‘Ruby Falls’ is a breathtaking dwarf weeping-habit specimen, compact, elegantly formed, and ready to steal the spotlight from every other neighboring plant in your landscape!Height: 60 to inches to centimeters.
Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' Tweet this Page Share on Facebook. Cercis canadensis var. mexicana.
as described by Fritsch et al. The genus name Cercis comes from the Greek word kerkis which means weaver's Root rot and stem rot can appear on trees grown in moist or poorly drained soils. This tree can suffer from damage caused by. This weeping redbud tree has deep purple leaves. Dark rose-purple flowers are borne on the bare stems in early spring.
Its unique weeping habit makes it perfect for smaller size yards. Will reach 4 to 6 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide. Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' quantity. Add to bushfall.buzzcal Name: Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls'. Aug 10, Ruby Falls Redbud Tree Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' PP Ruby Falls Redbud Tree. In spring Ruby falls has purple flowers. In spring Ruby falls has purple flowers. Call for Availability and Pricing. Sale price. Affirm Starting at 0% APR on orders +. Learn more/5(19).
Cercis canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’. Forest Pansy is a very pretty tree with mauve purple flowers on bare branches in spring, purple heart-shape leaves turn red, orange & gold in autumn.
Bare branches in winter are dark purple and grow in a lacy zig-zag pattern. Grows 25’ x.