What Does a Crabapple Look like?

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Crabapples are plant species in the Rosaceae family that have toothed sometimes long-pointed and wedge-shaped leaves. The leaves and twig undersides are sometimes hairy with a bark scaly, which is non-striped and spiny. The branches are usually gnarled and the fruits are green, but they turn red on ripening in autumn. The flowers are white to pale pink with five petals depending with the species.
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A crabapple tree normally boasts of medium green coloured leaves that can grow to about 7.62 centimetres in length. The tree usually has a smooth greyish-brown bark that can split to form tear-like cracks. It also produces white blooms that have pink tips.
A crabapple actually looks like a a cherry fruit. For crabapple s to be a very small fruit, they are really popular in many parts of Virginia.
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