Spectacular Flowers Oklahoma Redbud Tree
- Vibrant, Petite, Purple-Red Flowers
- Widely Adapted
- One of the Finest Accent Trees
- Glossy, Heart-Shaped Leaves Shine in the Sun
- Drought Tolerant
Yes, this is the cute little tree you’ve been seeing all over town this year. You know the one!
With electric, magenta blooms in early spring, and super shiny, heart-shaped leaves all summer long, the Oklahoma Redbud (Cercis canadensis var. texensis Oklahoma’) will put on quite a show. Abundant blooms cover the trees bare branches on almost every portion of the canopy.
It’s ok to admire this native variety of Redbud. Drought tolerant, this is an easy-care tree for use as a lovely accent, or as a special focal point.
Small enough to grow in a variety of locations in your yard, Oklahoma Redbud is a beautiful tree that performs throughout the year, even in hot, arid summers. It was discovered growing wild in the Arbuckle mountains, which are just north of Dallas, Texas across the Oklahoma border.
It handles the heat in style. The color likewise holds up well to dry, high temperatures.
Watch as tiny, rosy-red to magenta blooms seem to overpower the branches, covering them in radiant floral beauty. The Oklahoma Redbud is all about its wonderful foliage display in the spring.
The heart-shaped, dark green leaves are intensely shiny. The shimmer off the glossy canopy is amazing. It’s one of the key features of this most popular Redbud variety.
When autumn arrives, you’ll enjoy a lovely yellow leaf display. Lavender seeds decorate the tree through the summer and into the winter months. Oklahoma Redbud flowers and seeds are reportedly edible, with the flowers having a somewhat nutty flavor.
Of course, if you’re not inclined to use the Redbud seeds, your backyard birds will certainly take care of them for you. We predict you’ll fall in love with this lovely little tree. Order today!
How to Use Oklahoma Redbud in the Landscape
Oklahoma Redbud Tree has a beautiful compact shape with a wide, spreading habit and charmingly irregular, rounded crown. It combines beautifully with existing trees and shrubs.
It is the perfect little shade or accent tree, used almost anywhere in the landscape. One would look lovely in a formal setting by your patio or walkway.
Or, create a feature out of a larger planting. Use 3, 5 or 7 trees to at the border of a wilderness. This natural understory tree will look incredible in a woodland effect.
#ProPlantTips for Care
It is adapted to areas of partial shade in an understory, but you’ll enjoy the glossiest leaves and compact canopy if you plant Oklahoma Redbud in full sun.
It is adapted to many soil types, including clay or sandy. It is not sensitive to pH. Oklahoma Redbud can even handle some periodically wet soils, as long as the drainage is good.
In poor draining soils, mound the Oklahoma Redbud to 12 to 18 inches above the soil line. You’ll plant directly in that mound.
Keep the root system cool in hot, dry climates with a 3 to 4 inch layer of shredded wood mulch. Spread it out 3 feet out past the canopy. This tree will tolerate a considerable amount of heat once established.
The Oklahoma Redbud, like many of the Redbud trees can be grown as a single trunk tree or trained to a multi trunk tree depending on the effect desired in the landscape.
The Oklahoma Redbud takes up very little room, but offers you so much in return. This unique performer is in high demand. If you see it in stock on the site, please order now.