Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium


  Cercis canadensis L. var. canadensis image
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Family Caesalpiniaceae
Cercis canadensis L. var. canadensis
eastern redbud
Cercis: from kerkis for "a horn, the ancient Greek name for the redbud
canadensis: of or referring to Canada
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Status: Introduced - escaped
Plant: perennial tree to 40' tall, widely branched
Flower: bright pink; inflorescence of small clusters on thin stalk along the branches; blooms before the leaves appear
Fruit:pods with points at both ends
Leaf:widely heart-shaped, usually wider than long
Habitat: moist; woods
(Glossary)

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