Rise & Shine™ Redbud

Cercis canadensis 'N31' PPAF
Mature Height: 15-18 ft.
Mature Spread: 15-20 ft.

Only 1 left
Regular price $129.99


Shipping Starts: October 30, 2023
Local Pickup: Avaliable
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The Rise & Shine Redbud is a tree that can light up a landscape from early spring through summer. Similar to the popular Rising Sun redbud, rise and shine emerges orange and will transition to yellow and bright green all on the same branch. However, as summer sets in, the leaves of the Rise and Shine Redbud remain golden. Literally lighting up your landscape with a spectrum of golden yellows, greens and oranges. This cascade of color provides captivating depth to the already gorgeous heart-shaped redbud leaves. It will also produce the classic redbud flowers of purple, pink that cluster along the branches in early spring.

Rise & Shine was discovered by Ray and Cindy Jackson of Jackson Nursery, who also discovered the Rising Sun Dogwood, Ragin' Red Dogwood and Blue Ray Kousa. They think it is an outstanding variant of the traditional Rising Sun and love the always golden coloration of the leaves.

Since the foliage on the Rise & Shine features many colors, but stays a strong golden chartreuse, we suggest pairing with non-variegated deep greens, purples or pinks along with hardscaping and a dark color mulch to provide a consistent base and let it shine. Rise and Shine is a native cultivar, and pairs well with other native perennials when the goal is a native North American garden. 

Rise and Shine does well in both full sun and partial sun, but can struggle to get settled in in hot bright conditions with overly dry and poor soil. Proper fertilization is also important. The more new growth on the tree the more color you will see - you can find more information about how to plant and fertilize on the tab labeled "Care" below.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Melanie Harbin
Beautiful trees

First of all I never write reviews but these trees arrived in great condition. I had to pot them up because my garden was not complete yet. They leaved out beautifully and are very healthy and going strong.