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S.E. Wild Crabapple
S.E. Wild Crabapple

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The Southern Crabapple tree, Malus angustifolia, also called a wild crabapple or narrowleaf crabapple, is a small tree. This deciduous tree grows fast and reaches a height of 30/35 ft. Its flowers have deep pink buds that open lighter pink, then eventually fade to white. In fall the leaves turn many shades of red, orange and gold. It has fragrant pink flowers in the spring and small green crabapples in fall. Its fall foliage is attractive. Small apples provide food for wildlife.
Sargents Crabtree
Sargents Crabtree

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The Sargent Crabapple tree, Malus Sargentii, is a dwarf flowering tree that flowers profusely in early spring with pink to white scented blossoms. Excellent for wildlife because of its edible dark red berries. Summer foliage is a dark green color. It is used as a specimen or patio tree. This deciduous tree has moderate water requirements and a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali. Flowers are white, red when bud is opening. Sargent Crabapple trees are know for their stunning flowers.
Zumi Crabapple
Zumi Crabapple

Latest Price & Discount Zumi Crabapple
The Zumi Crabapple tree, Malus x Zumi 'Calocarpa', is valued for its profuse, spring bloom of fragrant, white flowers and for its glossy, small, bright red crabapples which mature in the fall and often persist into December. This is a semi-dwarf crabapple which is effective when planted as background for other early flowering plants, near fences, in groups as a screen or hedge, or as a specimen planting in the lawn or near the patio. May be used as a street tree.