15 gallon Specimen
The Texas redbud’s most notable attribute is its brilliant, purple-red spring blooms, for which it is widely recommended as a small ornamental landscape tree.
Texas redbud, (Cercis canadensis var. texensis), grows as a deciduous small tree or multi-trunk shrub achieving a height of about 15-20 feet. The Texas redbud differs from the Eastern redbud in that the leaves are rounder, thicker, and very glossy. This variety is more drought and heat tolerant than its Eastern cousin. The Texas redbud is best known for the spring display of purple-red clusters of flowers on bare gray branches.