Malus is a genus of about 30–55 species of small deciduous apple trees or
shrubs in the family Rosaceae, including the domesticated orchard apple (M.
domestica). The other species are generall...
Mar 1, 2005 ... It's a rare instance in which size does matter: A Malus tree with fruit that's two
inches or more in diameter is considered an apple, while a Malus ...
Malus is known for its spectacular spring floral ... entirely different Crabapple or
Apple), not the grafted ... -flowering of individual Crabapple trees often occurs.
Crabapple trees are famous for their colorful, fragrant springtime blooms. Use this
guide to ... It is sometimes listed as Malus x zumi 'Golden Hornet'. This upright ...
Malus sieversii is thought to be the ancestor of modern apples. Grafted from
specimens obtained from Kazakhstan. Visit our site for more advice.
Crabapple tree in bloom, Close-up of crabapple blossoms. Malus 'snowdrift' ...
Apples and crabapples are in the rose family, Rosaceae, in the genus Malus.
Flowering crabapple trees (Malus spp.) are ornamental trees, related to apple
trees, but bearing smaller fruits. Crabapple trees are valued for their spectacular
Soil salt tolerance: moderate. Figure 3. Foliage of Crabapple. Other. Roots:
surface roots are usually not a problem. Winter interest: tree has winter interest
"Flowering crabapples (Malus species) are popular ornamental trees in Colorado
landscapes. The Front Range is known for its crabapple flowering, announcing ...
The tree Guide at arborday.org offers information on size, height, growth rate, sun
and soil preference, and ... Prairifire Flowering CrabappleMalus 'Prairifire'.