Redbud Trees Great for Texas Soil

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

Redbud trees are a native Texas plant with a good success rate of living through different climates.

There are three different types of Redbud trees: Eastern, Mexican and Texas trees.

There is no soil prep required to plant a tree. Dig a hole twice as wide, but the same depth as the pot. Remember mulch is critical for the first few months of a tree, but it grows everywhere.

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