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redbud

Tree, 40 ft, (12m) with bright pink flowers appearing as little clusters on sticks. Fruit is flat, pea-pod shaped, not edible. Flowers and inner bark edible and used as tea. Astringent, for diarrhea, bleeding, dysentery.

cercis

The wedge-like or trapezoidal section of seats between two of the stepped passageways in a Greek theater.
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8 Fraxinus excelsior 1 Salix viminalis 1 Ficus carica 11 Cercis siliquastrum 1 Magnolia soulangeana 2 Acer negundo 2 Olea europaea 2 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Effects of shade treatments on net photosynthetic characteristics and chlorophyll fluorescence parameters of Cercis canadensis "Forest Pansy".
The smallest trees nearest to the quarter section corner are Cornus sp., Cercis sp.
La porosidad fue principalmente difusa; en Cercis canadensis la porosidad fue semianular y en dos especies se aprecio una condicion intermedia entre semianular a anular, pero en ninguna se mostro claramente anular.
Effects of ambrosia beetle attack on Cercis canadensis.
Esta tambien fue la apreciacion de Martin (1955), para quien no existen verdaderos bosques humedos de montana entre Xilitla y El Cielo (en Tamaulipas), y solo refiere como algo aproximado, un bosque de Quercus, Liquidambar y Cercis al este del poblado de Ciudad del Maiz (Davis y Johnston 1947, citados por Martin, 1955).
The effects of salt and drought stress on plant physiological and biochemical properties are mainly concentrated in the Ammodendron bifolium [7, 10], Gleditsia sinensis [8], and Cercis chinensis Bunge seedlings [9].
Effect of acid scarification and cold moist stratification on the germination of Cercis siliquastrum L.
Eastern redbuds (Cercis canadensis) are looking full and healthy this year.
Other locally common thicket-forming species are indicated by pre-1950 accounts (especially *) or by more modern observations (especially #): Berchemia scandens#, Celtis laevigata*, Cercis canadensis#, Cornus (drummondii#, florida*), Diospyros virginiana*, Frangula caroliniana#, Gleditsia triacanthos*, Ilex decidua*, Juniperus virginiana#, Maclura pomifera#, Ptelea trifoliata, Rhus spp.
Leaf blades heart-shaped, leaf blades 3-15 Cercis (Redbud) cm wide, stems lacking thorns, sap colorless.