Answer: ?Oklahoma? Redbud is a deciduous tree, native to southwestern North America including Texas, which reaches 30 to 40 feet in height with a 15 to 20-foot
width, and grows slowly into a rounded or vase shape. It must be pruned to keep it in shape as it is rather gangly in youth, but it matures into a spectacular specimen. On the downside, the branches are brittle and can suffer wind damage.
Okame cherry grows well all throughout your state, grows 25-30 feet tall and wide and has a spectacular flower show very early in the season. The branches are not as prone to wind damage as the redbud.
I think either tree is suitable for your property, especially if you are willing to prune the redbud to help it develop a thick scaffolding of heavy limbs so it is not so apt to suffer wind damage.
Best wishes with your new tree!
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