Botanical Name: Malus 'Tina'
Common Name: Tina Crabapple
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Height: 5' Spread: 6' Habit/Form: Spreading Growth Rate: Slow Zone: 4-7
Cultural Requirements: Full sun; moist, well-drained soil. Disease resistance: Scab-Excellent, Fire blight-Excellent, Rust-Excellent, Mildew-Excellent
Ornamental Characteristics: Flowers red in bud, opening to white. Pea-sized red fruit.
Uses in the Landscape: Select a crabapple for your desired attributes (size, flower color, persistent fruits) and good disease resistance. Screen, hedge, shrub or dwarf flowering tree.
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