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Cercis Canadensis 'Forest Pansy' 10 Litre Pot. Large Plants

Cercis Canadensis 'Forest Pansy' 10 Litre Pot. Large Plants

£44.95
Cercis Canadensis Forest Pansy 10 Litre - August 2018.
Cercis Canadensis Forest Pansy 10 Litre - August 2018. Cercis Canadensis Forest Pansy 10 Litre  - August 2018.
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Quick Overview

A compact slow growing tree with heart shaped red-purple leaves in summer, orange/red in autumn and pink Flowers in spring. Large established plants in a 10 litre pots.

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
101cm - 120cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
10 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
110-120cm ex pot
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
Pink
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Slow
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Cercis Canadensis 'Forest Pansy' 10 Litre, 100-120cm excluding pot. Forest Pansy a deciduous small to medium sized tree which is ideal for the more compact spaces. It has deep purple heart shaped leaves. At the start of the growing season crimson, purple or cerise pink flowers appear on the bear stems. Foliage is red during Summer and Orange/Red in autumn. For best autumn colours plant in a south facing warm sunny spot. It is one of the best coloured small leaved trees, its season of interest starts early spring and finishes late autumn.

What to expect: Your Canadensis Forest Pansy will arrive planted in a 10 litre/30cm pot and will have an actual plant height, excluding the pot of approximately 100-120cm, depending on the time of year purchased it will look just like pictures. Please remember these plants are deciduous so if purchased in winter the plant will arrive with no leaves.

 

Planting Position: For best results plant in a sunny south facing spot will tolerate light dappled shade.

Soil: Moist well drained.

Suitable for container planting: No for best results we recommend planting directly in the ground.

Eventual height and spread: Upto 10 metres with a similar spread.

Growth habit: Slow spreading, multi stemmed tree.

Flowering Period: Approximately April and may however this depends on winter and spring climate.

Pruning: Not really necessary, except to remove any damaged branches.

Foliage: Deep purple heart shaped leaves.

Winter Hardy: Yes

We recommend planting your Cercis in its final place as they do not like to be relocated once settled. Try to remove any damaged branches during the dormant season, can tolerate hard pruning in early spring but try to refrain from this until the plant is established. Try incorporating some well rotted manure into the planting hole to stimulate new growth and stake if necessary.