Frank P Matthews
Cercis trees, commonly known as Redbud trees or Judas trees are a marvellous addition to any garden. We supply a wide range of different varieties, sizes, forms, and habits suitable for various garden types. In spring, Redbud trees display clusters of bright, small flowers on bare branches. The pea-like flowers appear pink, purple, and wide depending on the type of variety.
Fantastic coloured heart-shaped foliage turns delightful shades of oranges and reds in the autumn. In the summer, the leaves on Cercis Redbud can be bright green or deep red.
This large Cercis shrub requires well-drained soil and full sun. The various species are from North America, China, and the Mediterranean.
White streaked variegated leaves emerge copper pink and soft green. Dark pink, pea shaped flowers in April.
Glossy foliage emerges fiery red, turning burnt orange-yellow as they age. Small pink flowers in spring.
Deep reddish purple foliage, turning gold and purple in autumn. Small, pea-like pink-mauve flowers in May.
Steeply pendulous small tree with glowing, golden yellow, heart-shaped leaves. Pink flowers in April/May.
Bright golden leaves with lavender flowers even on young plants. The first emerging leaves are red.
Contorted, arching branches bearing soft, lavender pink, pea shaped flowers. Rich golden yellow autumn foliage.
A particularly fine form with deep purple-red, glossy foliage. Strong bright pink flowers on mature plants.
A delightful double pink flowering form of canadensis with additional long pink flower stalks to add to its magic.
Unusual, attractive burnt orange-yellow leaf colours. Lavender pink, pea shaped flowers in the spring.
A graceful weeping form with rich purple foliage, similar to ‘Forest Pansy’. Bright pink, pea like flowers in spring.
Graceful, weeping tree with arching branches, bearing white pea like flowers in spring. Light green, heart shaped foliage.
A beautiful small tree with shiny rich green, heart shaped leaves. Rich purple-pink flowers in late April-May.