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Sargent Crabapple on the Tree Guide at arborday.org


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 ...

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Information on Sargent Crabapple Trees | Home Guides | SF Gate


Sargent crabapple (Malus sargentii) is a highly ornamental tree that has much to offer residential landscapes, including those in U.S. Department of Agriculture ...

Sargent Crabapple - Monrovia - Sargent Crabapple


Monrovia's Sargent Crabapple details and information. Learn more ... A mounding, wide-spreading dwarf-size tree that fits well into most landscapes. Overview.

Malus sargentii - Plant Finder - Missouri Botanical Garden


Malus sargentii, commonly known as Sargent crabapple as a dense, spreading, ... multi-stemmed shrub that may technically be grown as a dwarf tree.

ENH-560/ST401: Malus sargentii: Sargent Crabapple - EDIS


Introduction. Sargent crabapple is a dwarf, deciduous tree, forming a dense, wide -spreading, irregularly-rounded silhouette, six to eight feet high by 8 to 10 feet ...

Malus sargentii Sargent Crabapple - Environmental Horticulture


Sargent Crabapple. 1. Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2. INTRODUCTION. Sargent Crabapple is a dwarf, deciduous tree, forming a dense  ...

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Nov 13, 2012 ... Malus sargentii (Sargent Crabapple). Plantwalks ... Flowering Crab Apple (Malus Purpurea Neville Copeman) - Duration: 8:19. PhotonLearning ...

Sargent Crabapple - Crabapple Trees - Tree Species - iTrees


Why it rocks: Sargent Crabapple is a natural dwarf with horizontal spreading branches. These are laden with beautiful white flowers in the spring, and brig.

Malus sargentii, Sargent Crabapple - Plant Database - University of ...


Habitat. native to Japan; zone 4. Habit and Form. a small, deciduous tree; 6' to8' tall or perhaps a bit larger; 1.5 to 2 times wider than tall; dense, twiggy ...