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Cercis canadensis, the eastern redbud, is a large deciduous shrub or small tree, native to eastern North America from southern Ontario, south to northern Florida.
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The disease fungus can be spread by many methods including from plant-to-plant, through the soil, groundwater and often by infected pruning equipment that has not been properly sanitized. The disease normally enters the tree through the soil, but can also be introduced into a tree through a wound. The first signs that a tree has a Verticillium Wilt infection is the yellowing and then browning of leaves at the ends of some branches.
Initially the yellowing and browning of the leaves is spotty throughout the tree and does not follow a uniform pattern. As the fungus begins to block the vascular system, the browning of leaves becomes more acute and more wide-spread. New leaves generally are either non-existent, undersized or yellowed. As the disease spreads, the infected tree may slowly die, branch by branch over several seasons.
The symptoms and severity of Verticillium wilt are much more harsh during droughts.
These include pruning, fertilizing and watering. Prune and remove all dead wood. The pruning should be a few inches below the diseased area, so as to remove as much of the fungal concentrations as possible. When pruning do not remove branches that have recently wilted as they may reflush again in a few weeks or the following spring. When pruning be sure to properly sanitize the pruning tools after each cut. Give the tree a very good fertilization with a slow release nitrogen. It is important to give a Redbud tree suffering from verticillium wilt a deep root watering at least twice or three times a week.
The objective of a deep root watering is to ensure that the water penetrates deep into the soil, to a depth of at least 24 to 36 inches so that the entire root zone is hydrated. The easiest way to give a large tree a deep root watering is to place either a sprinkler or a soaker hose over the tree's drip line and let it run for about 2 hours, ensuring lots of water penetrates the soil. A deep root watering is much better than frequent shallow waterings which do not get moisture to the lower roots. During periods of extreme drought you may also want to consider spraying the soil around the tree's root zone with Hydretain Root Zone Moisture Manager.
This is a unique and advanced product specifically designed to assist a tree in dealing with drought stress.
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It works like a natural magnet to hold water near the tree's root zone and keep the root zone hydrated during periods of drought stress. Please wait Search search. Lumis Leaf of eastern redbud G. Lumis Bark of eastern redbud G. Insects Tree Hoppers Treehoppers lay eggs under the bark of twigs. Scale Insects Scale insects are small, non-mobile insects that attach themselves to the wood and sometimes the foliage. Spider Mites Spider mites are an extremely tiny pest, and generally appear as a brown, red or purple specks on the underside of leaves.
Leaf Spots Leaf spots can be a problem during wet weather. Verticillium Wilt Verticillium wilt attacks and kills redbud trees. Where To Find Us: U. All Prices in USD. One died, but I now have 4 healthy baby trees. I would order again from this supplier, as the majority of the seeds were good.
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Cercis occidentalis (Western Redbud)
Grows to 20' to 30', 30' spread. Hardiness Zones The american redbud can be expected to grow in Hardiness Zones 4—9. Tree Type. Mature Size The eastern redbud grows to a height of 20—30' and a spread of 25—35' at maturity.
Growth Rate This tree grows at a medium rate, with height increases of 13—24" per year. Sun Preference Full sun and partial shade are best for this tree, meaning it prefers a minimum of four hours of direct, unfiltered sunlight each day. Soil Preference The eastern redbud grows in acidic, alkaline, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, well-drained and clay soils. Attributes This tree: Blooms in a profusion of rosy pink flowers in April.
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Begin flowering at a young age, sometimes as early as 4 years. Features somewhat heart-shaped leaves 2—6" in length.