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Saturday, 19/08/2017

Few people have probably heard of a phenomenon known rather morbidly as the widowmaker. Like so many tales, it originates from the dark and mysterious world of woods and forests. But it might just strike closer to home, especially if you have trees in your garden.


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Cercis canadensis

£19.50  -  £212.75

The North American Redbud. Very similar to the more common Judas tree C. siliquastrum but somewhat less floriferous

Cercis canadensis Forest Pansy


A much sought after form of The North American Redbud with its deep claret red foliage and pink flowers. Makes a large shrub or small tree.

Cercis canadensis Hearts of Gold


This form of Cercis has the most appropriate name, Cercis canadensis Hearts of Gold describes the leafs on this Cercis so well it is hard to say much more than, the golden heart shaped leafs and the purple pink pea like purple flowers which appear before the leaves in spring make this one of the best trees for a small area.


Cercis canadensis Ruby Falls


Another fine foliage tree

Cercis chinensis Avondale

£79.50  -  £132.25

A very popular and much sort after plant of New Zealand origin producing deeper than average buds and flowers. Foliage a good mid green and the usual heart shaped


Western Redbud originating from south west United States. A large shrub or occasionally a small tree with the usual rose pink colured flowers but not especially free flowering

Cercis reniformis Texas White


Cercis siliquastrum

£16.50  -  £485.00

The 'Judas tree' is fabled to be the tree that Judas hung himself from. This apart, it is a lovely small tree. It has heart shaped leaves and deep pink flowers in May.


The very beautiful white flowered form


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