Cercis canadensis ‘Ruby Falls’ PP22097
A unique, small ornamental tree with a weeping habit. It has large heart-shaped leaves that are deep purple in color. Dark rose-purple flowers cover the branches in early spring. Leaves may take on a hint of green in hot summer temperatures.
Cercis canadensis ‘JN7’ PP25701
A new, vigorous growing selection with a tight, vase-shaped growth habit. Pinkish-purple flowers cover the branches in early spring. Excellent heat and drought tolerance.
Cercis canadensis ‘JN2” PP21451
Heart-shaped deep apricot leaves mature through shades of orange, gold and yellow with all colors present at once. In summer, the foliage turns lime green. Pinkish-purple flowers cover the branches in early spring. Foliage does not scorch, even in the heat of summer.
Cercis canadensis var. texensis ‘Traveller’
A mounding and weeping variety of Redbud that has new leaves in a rich, coppery-red color that mature to dark green. In spring, the branches are clothed with bright rosy-pink flowers. A choice accent or specimen.
Liquidambar styraciflua ‘Slender Silhouette’
A very narrow form of Sweetgum that provides a perfect vertical accent for the landscape. Foliage is deep green, turning orange, yellow and red in fall. Good quick grower that requires little maintenance to maintain its form.
Vitex agnus-castus ‘Shoal Creek’
A long-lived large shrub or small tree with an umbrella-like canopy. Graceful lilac flowers bloom all summer long and attract bees and butterflies. It flourishes in heat and most any soil condition. Easy to grow, requiring little maintenance. Also called Texas Lilac or Purple Chaste Tree.
Cercis canadensis ‘Alba’
Basically the same plant as Eastern Redbud, but with white flowers instead of pink. Dark green, heart-shaped leaves may turn yellow in fall. Grows well in most any landscape situation.