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Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy' (Forest Pansy
Forest Pansy Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'
Sun Requirements Half Shade
Full Sun
Part Shade
Design Use Specimen
Feature Tree
Cottage Gardens
Foliage Interest
Autumn Interest
Foliage Cover Deciduous
Drought Tolerance Keep Watered During Hot Periods
Climate Zone 2
Zone 1
Origin Exotic
Foliage Colour Purple Leaves
Flowering Period Early Spring
Height 5 m
Flower Colour Pink
Frost Tolerance Light Frost
Width 5m

The Dapple Designs Expert Says:

Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy' is a small tree that has rich purple leaves in summer that turn tones of yellow, orange and red in the autumn months. During early spring, bare branches and stems are dotted with tiny hot pink flowers. A feature in your garden at all times of year. Best grown in cooler areas and away from afternoon heat. Water well during dry/hot periods