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Malus Crabapple

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Crabapples are best grown in a sunny location with good air circulation and have no particular soil preferences, except soil should be well-drained. Root pruned trees transplant most easily. Tree size, flower color, fruit color, and growth and branching habit vary considerably with the cultivar grown but many grow about 20 feet tall and wide. A few Crabapples have good fall color and doubleflowered types hold blossoms longer than singleflowered cultivars. Some Crabapples are alternate bearers, blooming heavily only every other year. Crabapples are grown for their showy flowers and attractive, brightly-colored fruit.

  • Specifics
Plant Type: 
Deciduous Trees
Flower Color: 
Pink, Red, White
USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 
4 - 8
Height: 
10 - 25 feet
Spread: 
10 - 25 feet