Lebanese Wild Apple (Malus trilobata) Crabapple
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Also called the Three-Lobed Apple Tree, M. trilobata is upright and narrow to 4 m tall with attractive flowers and foliage. It can be grown in confined spaces and makes an interesting avenue when planted on either side of a path or driveway as seen recently at the White Hills Botanic Gardens at Bendigo. It’s leaves are deeply lobed and are attractive in autumn with deep red tones. The spring blossoms are white and some yellow crab fruit may follow.
- Pollination: self-fertile
- Features: upright small narrow tree with attractive autumn foliage and spring blossom