Cercis canadensis ssp. This native tree grows well in any soil type, and puts on a show stopping bloom every spring producing millions of edible citrusy flowers. The pods it produces are edible too, and are best enjoyed when the young pods are sauteed or fried. It reaches up to 9 meters.
Canadian Hardiness Zone: 5
Recommended Use: fresh eating, cooking
Ripens: July for pods, April for flowers
Pollination: Self pollinating
Height not including roots: 25-35cm