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Something to "Fall in Love" with this Spring

As many of you might know I have been successfully building my design following both through e-design as well as locally. 

As a result I have not always been able to keep up with blogging....something I have enjoyed in the past years, and have always wanted to get back to.

With our world totally turned upside down right now, and with so many of us having more than enough free time to get out in our gardens, what better a time for me to bringing you both my 
knowledge as well as ideas to your garden once again.

I thought what better way to start other than to introduce you to an ornamental tree I have fallen in love with over the past year.

                    Ruby Falls Weeping Redbud

                                        Typical Spring Redbud blossoms hugging the branches

                                                      Only on a graceful weeping frame

                                            Fully leafed out with its green burgundy leaves

Colorful & heart shaped

                                           Come fall the leaves change to a golden hue

                                                  Works very well with Oregon Grape Holly

                                 Japanese Forest Grass

                                                             Lemon Lime Nandina

Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' Plant Patent #22,097

Sku #5842
A lovely compact redbud tree with a weeping canopy that is perfect for a smaller-sized landscape. An excellent specimen plant with clusters of lavender-red, sweet pea-like blooms in spring. Small, semi-glossy, heart-shaped leaves turn yellow in fall. Deciduous.

Photos and info Monrovia, Jackson Perkins, Plant Data

If you would like to add a more Classical feel to your garden please contact me for further information at mwhite8410@gmail.com

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