Cercis canadensis L.'Forest Pansy'
Leguminosae
Cercis canadensis'Forest Pansy' (45403 Bytes)
A large shrub or small tree with a broad, round head, until 8 m high. In our gardens mostly a medium-sized shrub, until 3 m high. The rose flowers are built in clusters directly out of the stems during April/May. This selection is interesting because of the dark-red leaves during summer until autumn. 

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Cultivated: Germany,France

Author: Ulrich Herzog

Ethnobotanical aspects of Cercis canadensis by Plants for a future database

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