Assorted Crabapples
Malus spp.
DESCRIPTION:
A mixture of sergeants, Midwest, toringo and asiatic crabapples. Small, 8 to 20 foot deciduous trees that yield fruit in 5 to 6 years. White to pink flowers bloom in late spring. Partial shade to full sun. Small red fruits persist into winter and are sought after by birds and wildlife. A plant with four season character— excellent flower, summer and fall foliage, fruit and winter habitat. Good along woodland borders and openings, in hedgerows, block plantings and as small groups adjacent to thermal cover.

SEEDLING SIZE:
One-year-old seedlings, 6 to 16 inches (avg. 12).