Eastern Redbud is a native plant that grows from 20 to 30 feet tall, has pink blooms in April, and can tolerate deer, clay soil, and Black Walnuts. It can grow in part shade to full Sun.
Traditionally it was used for the following: Medicine, Unspecified, Fuel, Season Indicator, Hunting and Fishing Item, Building Material, Basketry, Tools, Decorations, Cordage, Incense & Fragrance. Source: Native American Ethnobotany Database.
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