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It has a low canopy with a typical clearance of 1 foot.

Noted for its unique weeping habit, Ruby Falls Redbud is a compact, deciduous tree with profuse, pea-like, dark rose flowers that arrive before the foliage on bright red stems. This cultivar results from the work done at North Carolina State University.

The Ruby Falls Weeping Redbud is a small tree, reaching just 6 or 8 feet tall, with long, cascading branches spreading around it to a width of 5 or 6 feet.

In very early spring the bare branches are smothered in clusters of small but powerfully-colored fuchsia-red blossoms, and then, when the new leaves first emerge, they are rich purple, turning burgundy through spring, and slowly /5(23K). The weeping Ruby Falls Redbud is beyond compare for color, look, and appeal.

With maroon to deep green to purple leaves from spring to fall and lavender spring blooms that sit atop bold red stems, you will be excited for spring to arrive! But this distinctive weeping redbud is even beautiful in winter with its flowing branches and distinctive habit/5(60). The Ruby Falls Weeping Redbud Tree was the result of nine years of careful work by North Carolina State University’s Dr. Dennis Werner.

Dr. Werner started in with a purple-leaved Forest Pansy Redbud, a weeping Lavender Twist Redbud, and a nest of bumblebees to serve as matchmaker s. Growing just ' tall with an elegant, weeping habit, this redbud is perfect for small gardens, lawns, woodland gardens or naturalized areas. Attractive red-purple flowers bloom profusely in early spring.

Large, heart-shaped leaves add interest through the seasons. Has low pod set. Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' PP #22, Ruby Falls Redbud has lavender pea-like flowers with red overtones along the branches from early to mid spring before the leaves. It has attractive burgundy foliage which emerges brick red in spring. The heart-shaped leaves are highly ornamental and turn yellow in fall. This weeping tree has deep purple leaves.

Dark rose-purple flowers are borne on the bare stems in early spring. Its unique weeping habit makes it perfect for smaller size yards. Will reach 4 to 6 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide.