This redbud cultivar was actually discovered along a roadside in Maryland. Clusters of fuchsia-pink to red flowers appear for a few weeks in early spring, followed by the iconic heart-shaped redbud leaves that turn yellow in the fall. Its smaller size makes the Appalachian redbud a great choice to plant in lawns, along streets, or near patios.
- Produces fuchsia-pink to red flower clusters in the spring
- Attracts hummingbirds
- Provides yellow fall color
- Will be delivered at a height of 4'