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Planting in the Fall Brings Healthier, Better-Developed Roots that Deliver Explosive Growth for Your Landscape Next Spring!
Deep, rich color all summer
Traditional pink redbud blooms in spring
This plant may not thrive in your area
Ticking the boxes of adaptability and dependability with the twist of fresh color, the Ruby Falls Redbud Tree is in a league of its own. The newest variety on the market, the Ruby Falls Redbud delivers the same dependability and charm...with an exciting shade that takes your landscape up a notch.
You’ll get everything from this tree that you love about Redbuds, with attractive and broad leaves, charming flowers, and interesting winter growth. But you’ll also get new features that will make this tree even more desirable, from its carefree growth to its unique foliage.
Deep red-purple leaves lend a one-of-a-kind touch to Ruby Falls. And its sweet, reddish-pink blossoms begin the next season with unmatched beauty. So, whether you plant this tree alone in the front yard or amongst others in your garden, it gives you the best landscape on the block.
Irregular branches mean a dramatic, dimensional winter display. This tree is a showstopper, even in its dormant season, with a captivating silhouette during cold winter months.
And when you order your Ruby Falls Redbud from Brighter Blooms, you get a reliable, proven performer with a deep, well-developed root system along with the promise of fresh, vibrant color.
We’ve taken care to ensure that your Ruby Falls has the best head start on growth since it's delivered with bigger, better branching for even more blooms...never bare-root like big-box garden centers or local nurseries.
Since the Ruby Falls Redbud is the newest variety available, it will sell out very quickly. Don’t hesitate to buy your Ruby Falls today!
3. Fertilizing: In early spring, apply compost or a complete fertilizer, such as 5-10-5. Spread evenly around the root zone of the plant according to the label instructions.
4. Pruning: Prune the tree in early summer after the tree is done blooming. Begin by removing any larger lower branches and branches that cross over each other or rub together.