Tagged as: Crabapples for the Home Landscape
Botanical Name: Malus hupehensis
Common Name: Tea Crabapple
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Disease Resistance: Scab-Excellent, Fire-Poor resistance, Rust-Excellent, Mildew-Excellent
- Crabapples for the Home Landscape 100%
Minor revisions 3/2013 Crabapples are versatile, small, ornamental trees used in the urban landscape. Crabapples bloom in spring, usually in May, bearing flowers that vary a great deal in color, size, fragrance, and visual appeal. It is common for...
- Donald Wyman Crabapple 100%
Botanical Name: Malus 'Donald Wyman'Common Name: Donald Wyman Crabapple Updated 10/2012 Click image to enlarge Form Flower Fruit Bark Height: 20-25' Spread: 20-25' Habit/Form:...
- Japanese Flowering Crabapple 100%
Botanical Name: Malus floribundaCommon Name: Japanese Flowering Crabapple Updated 10/2012 Click on an image to enlarge form flowers Height: 15-20' Spread: 20-25' Habit/Form: Spreading Growth Rate: Medium ...
- Harvest Gold Crabapple 100%
Botanical Name: Malus 'Hargozam'Common Name: Crabapple - HARVEST GOLD® Updated 10/2012 Click on an image to enlarge form flowers Height: 25-30' Spread: 15-20' Habit/Form: Upright/columnar to vase-shaped Growth Rate:...
- Jewelberry Crabapple 100%
Botanical Name: Malus 'Jewelberry'Common Name: Jewelberry Crabapple Height/Width: 8'/12' Form: Shrub Bud/Flower: Pink/White Fruit: Red (Alternate bearing fruit)Disease Resistance: Scab-Fair/susceptible,...
- Adirondack Crabapple 97%
Botanical Name: Malus ‘Adirondack’ Common Name: Adirondack Crabapple Updated 10/2012 Click image to enlarge Form Fruit Bark Height:12' Spread: 6' Habit/Form: Columnar Growth Rate:...