Types of Crabapple Trees
Twenty-five species of crabapple trees are native to North America. Crabapples are a member of the rose family. The size of the fruit crabapple trees bear differentiates them from regular apple trees. Landscapers use various types of crabapples to...
The other species are generally known as crabapples, crab apples, crabs, or wild
... Apple trees are typically 4–12 m (13–39 ft) tall at maturity, with a dense, ...
Adirondack Crabapple. Adirondack is an important cultivar because of its form
and outstanding flower display. It is a compact, dense tree with strongly upright ...
Crabapple trees are famous for their colorful, fragrant springtime blooms. Use this
guide to help you select one that's right for your landscape.
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 trees are valued for their spectacular spring blooms, tree form, ...
drought-tolerant, disease resistant, adaptable to various soil types, and grow to a
They include a number of species, hybrids, and cultivated varieties (cultivars). ...
Crabapples are versatile, small, ornamental trees used in the urban landscape.
season values as these trees. This easy—to-use guide can help you select the
crabapple best suited for your planting site. Eighty-ﬁve species and cultivars are ...
Planting types. Banks and ..... 'Adirondack' is a small, strongly upright-growing,
deciduous crab apple tree. Large, waxy ... purple crab apple 'Neville Copeman' ...
Few ornamental trees offer the variety of tree shapes, sizes, flower colors and
ornamental fruit as flowering crabapples. There are over 35 species and 700 ...