"Crabapple" and "Wild apple" redirect here. For the cultivated fruit, see Apple. For
the unrelated Australian tree, see Pouteria eerwah. For other uses, see ...
Crabapple Tree Identification. Flowering crabapples (Malus spp.) are ornamental
trees that produce showy blossoms and brightly colored fruits. Their fruits ...
Crab apple tree Crab apple trees are quite uncommon in the wild. It is always
difficult to distinguish them from the domesticated apple, due to cross-breeding.
There are several reasons why flowering crabapples are considered excellent
landscape trees. Most crabapples are considered four-season trees. They bloom
These turn into fruits (often red) that add color and provide food for wildlife in the fall and winter.
These are able to cross-pollinate with apples, which is important since most apple trees
cannot pollinate themselves or even trees
of their same variety. Bees will... More »
Crabapple: Full Tree - Click for larger image. Family: Rosaceae · Hybrid species
very frequent thus identification of specific species difficult; American Crabapple ...
Everyone recognizes apples, but how many can spot the tree without the fruit, or
identify a crabapple with certainty? An apple tree is a medium-sized tree that ...
The tree Guide at arborday.org offers information on size, height, growth rate, sun
and soil preference, and more on Sargent Crabapple and many other ...
Crabapple tree identification. Identifying malus by leaves, bark, flowers, seeds,
fruit and shape. Images of a crabapple tree.
Jul 30, 2013 ... Want to forage for crabapples? Learn how to identify trees, determine when they'
re ripe and find ways to use them.