Common Name: Cercis canadensis, Eastern
- Watering: Depending on the conditions of the tree, we balance the water, usually the tree in the office environment, we water once a week or we notice when the soil turns dry, then add about 2-3 days for the soil is completely dry, then we need to water every time, just water the soil, not too much water and water the plants many times to get inundated
- Light: Although the tree can live in indoor conditions, but the nature of the Cercis canadensis loves sunshine, morning sunlight until 8 am and after 17 pm is the ideal sunlight, or use net to cover 30% of light when it is outdoors , plants should be kept indoors on the porch, under electric light, in a cool place.
- Soil: The Cercis Canadensis shows the best growth in moist sites. It does not like wet feet, though, so proper drainage is essential.
Both acidic and alkaline soils will be tolerated. It can also work if you have clay soil, but you will definitely need to make sure that it drains