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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Eastern Redbud, White-flowered Eastern Redbud)

The white flowers of this natural variety of eastern redbud set it apart from the others. Eastern redbud is a medium-sized tree that is native to eastern and central North America. Prized as both a specimen tree and small shade tree, it may be multi-stemmed or single-trunked and has a broad, rounded or spreading canopy.

Eastern redbud has very distinctive large, heart-shaped leaves that are often tinted with purple when they first emerge, turn medium green shortly after and then yellow in...

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Felder Rushing

(Sanderson Redbud, Texas Redbud)

Believed to be the most drought tolerant of the Texas redbud cultivars, 'Sanderson' is a vigorous performer with a slightly more compact habit than standard forms. Its extra waxy leaves are also smaller and have notably wavy margins.

Texas redbud is a variant of the common redbud found in Texas and Oklahoma. It is much more tolerant of heat and drought than eastern redbuds. Its waxy leaves are smaller and somewhat curled, adaptations that allow it to thrive in full sun and withstand drier soil...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Traveller Weeping Texas Redbud, Weeping Texas Redbud)

Texas redbud is a variant of the common redbud, found in Texas and Oklahoma, and better adapted to summer's heat and drought. The dwarf, weeping cultivar 'Traveller' is an outstandingly tough and good flowering selection, widely adapted and tolerant of heat, humidity and sun.

The shiny, heart-like leaves are thick and waxy. In spring, before leaves emerge, clusters of sweet pea-like, rosy flowers cover the branches. These are followed by dark brown seed pods that may persist after the the leaves...

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James Burghardt

(Flowering Quince)

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John Rickard

(Flowering Quince)

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James H. Schutte

(Flowering Quince)

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James Burghardt

(Atlantic Whitecedar)

Having finely textured dark green needles that blush purpled bronze in winter's cold, Atlantic whitecedar becomes a rather mundane, plump-columned tree. Native to the coastal plains of the eastern United States, from Maine to Florida and Mississippi, it is an evergreen conifer. The reddish, gray-brown bark is well hidden by the dense, prickly tufts of needled foliage. Ranging in color from gray-green to dark green with small white bands on undersides, the cold of winter causes leaves to become bronze...

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Mark A. Miller

(Andelyensis Atlantic Whitecedar, Atlantic Whitecedar)

A slow-growing cultivar of Atlantic white cedar, ‘Andelyensis’ has fine-textured medium bright green needles that blush purple during winter, especially on boughs exposed to full sun. It is a tidy but wide-pyramidal small tree of broad soil adaptability, a trait of its parent, native to the coastal plains of the eastern United States from Maine to Florida and Mississippi. An evergreen conifer, ‘Andelyensis’ has reddish, gray-brown bark well hidden by the dense, prickly tufts of needles that have...

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Mark A. Miller

(Atlantic Whitecedar)

Having finely textured dark green needles that blush bronze-purple in winter's cold, 'Glauca' is an upright shrub. Native to the coastal plains of the eastern United States, it has reddish, gray-brown bark that is well hidden by the dense, prickly tufts of needled foliage. Ranging in color from gray-green to dark green with small white bands on undersides, the cold of winter causes leaves to become bronze or purple, one of its best ornamental features. Both male and female cones appear in late spring,...

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James H. Schutte

(Atlantic Whitecedar, Heatherbun Atlantic Whitecedar, Whitecedar Falsecypress)

This dwarf selection of white cedar, ‘Heatherbun,’ is a billowy, rounded large shrub with fine-textured dark green needles that blush purpled bronze in winter's cold. It is descended from an evergreen conifer native to the coastal plains of the eastern United States from Maine to Florida and Mississippi. Its reddish, gray-brown bark is well hidden by the dense, prickly tufts of needled foliage. The needles have white bands on the undersides and the youngest needles are blue-green. Both male and female...