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Chinese Crabapple (Malus spectabilis)

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M. spectabilisIntroduced before 1780 from China, it is one of the oldest and most admired of the crabs. While considered a true species it has never been found in the wild. Deep rose-red buds opening to 40 to 50 mm pale pink flowers. Yellow 20mm diameter...

Chonosuki Crab (M. tschonoskii)

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An upright narrow tree with pink buds and white/pink blossom, followed by small fruit that are yellow-green. The green to grey-green foliage turns to beautiful autumnal shades of red. • Uses: ornamental tree • Features: narrow upright tree with...

Eleyi Crabapple (Malus x purpurea ‘Eleyi’)

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M. x purpurea ‘Eleyi’Raised and named Prior to 1920 for Charles Eley, East Bergholt, Suffolk, England. An attactive variety with deep red buds followed by fragrant, violet-pink flowers and purple foliage. Purplish-red fruits will stay on...

Golden Hornet Crabapple

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Upright growing crabapple with pink buds and single white flowers followed by attractive yellow fruit on weeping branches. Green foliage becomes attractive golden yellow in autumn. • Pollination Group: assists pollination of apples • Uses:...

Japanese Flowering Crabapple (Malus floribunda)

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M. floribundaProbably originated in Japan, imported to the West about 1862. Its seedlings show considerable variation and it has produced many outstanding hybrids. Small, spreading tree, deep pink to red buds, single, white flowers. Fruit yellow or red...

John Downie Crabapple

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Attractive upright tree with spreading branches, light pink buds, white blossom, followed by large (to 3 cm) red and orange crabapples. Attractive autumn foliage in tones or yellow and orange. Produces abundant fruit. • Pollination Group: can assist...

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...

Malus coronaria Charlottae Crabapple

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The American Crabapple Charlottae (Malus coronaria var. dasycalyx 'Charlottae') is named in honour of the wife of the discoverer, E. de Wolf, who found the seedling in 1902 near Waukegan, Illinois, USA. The deciduous tree broadens as it matures and...

Malus ioensis ‘Rubra’ Crabapple

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The Red Flowering Crabapple (Malus ioensis ‘Rubra’) has attractive dark green leaves with a copper hue becoming deep orange to red in autumn, and impressive single reddy-pink flowers in spring that become pinker as they mature. Also known as...

Prairie Crabapple (Malus ioensis)

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M. ioensisWhite or pink flowers during spring giving rise to small red fruit. One of the most beautiful North American crabapple species, it has given rise to a number of deirable hybrids. Pollination: self-fertile Harvest: Autumn Features:...

Profusion Crabapple (Malus x moerlandsii 'Profusion')

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Attractive tree with dark purple bronzy leaves and single magenta flowers in spring. Small purple crabapples follow in summer and can remain on the tree into autumn. • Uses: ornamental tree, fruit for jellies • Harvest: summer - autumn •...

Purple Crabapple (Malus x purpurea)

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M. xpurpureaOriginated at A. Barbier Nursery, Orleans, France before 1900. It has given rise to many well known hybrids. One of the earliest crabs to flower Pollination: self-fertile Harvest: Autumn Features: Good pollinator for early flowering apples. ...