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Q.I Have Heard Redbud Trees Will Not Bloom For The First 5 Years. I Have Also Heard There Are Male And Female Redbud Trees, The Male

Zone Ohio, zone 6 | Anonymous added on July 7, 2021 | Answered

will not bloom. Are either of these statements true?

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Answered on July 22, 2021

It's true that many varieties won't bloom until they're around five or more years old. Some may bloom at 4 years.
The native Redbuds are cosexual trees. Each single flower has functional male and female parts.


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