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Mr. Jack has a farm
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and on his farm
he has lots of trees
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Fruit Trees here,
Blueberries there,
and Cypress Trees
everywhere
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and on his farm
he has lots of fun
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Tennessee Pink Redbud | Redbud Trees | Mr. Jack's Farm
  
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Mature Height:

20 feet

Mature Spread:

20 feet
Mature Form: Rounded
Growth Rate: Moderate

Sun Exposure:

Partial Sun

Soil Moisture:

Well-Drained

Soil Type:

Loamy, Sandy, or Clay

Flower Color:

Pink
Foliage Color: Green
Fall Color: Yellow
Fruit Color: Brown
Bloom Time: Spring
Zones: 3 - 7
  
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Tennessee Pink Redbuds are beautiful ornamental trees.  They have fruit that is a flat legume that grows to be 2 to 3 inches long.  The fruit ripens and October and can stay all through winter in some climates.  The redbud flowers and fruit are edible.
  
 Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips Minimize
Apply a 3 inch layer of mulch with a 3 foot radius around the tree.  When establishing roots weed suppression is essential.

Follow a regular water schedule up to a year after planting to help establish and extensive root system.
  
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Redbud Trees are also called Judas Trees, because according to legend Judas Iscariot hanged himself on a redbud after betraying Jesus.
  
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Tennessee Pink’s flowers are true to the name.  They bloom with a clear pink for a few weeks during the spring.  Redbud trees are ramiflorous, meaning they bear flowers and fruits on bare branches.

As other redbuds, Tennessee Pink’s leaves emerge red and change to a dark green during the summer.  In the fall the foliage is yellow.
  
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