Spectacular, Decorative Crabapple Dolgo Crabapple Tree is a large and lovely crabapple variety. It would do well as a specimen tree in your yard, used as a windbreak, or for wildlife and riparian plantings. Your Dolgo Crabapple tree has been a common landscape tree in generations past and still evokes wonderful childhood memories for many. The show begins in early April when the Dolgo Crabapple sprouts soft pink buds that open to an explosion of fragrant, self-pollinating, white flowers. The bloom lasts for weeks! In fall the shiny, deep-green foliage turns a stunning, bright yellow that is certain to brighten your landscape. As attractive as this well-known tree is, it’s just as valued for its juicy fruit that is sure to attract birds and wildlife…as well as friends and neighbors. The brilliant crimson fruit ripens in August and are about the size of small plums. Sweeter and larger than other crabapples, the fruit is excellent for eating fresh, making pies, butter, jams, jellies, ciders and sauces. Dolgo Crabapple will reach a height of about 20 feet with a 30 foot spread. It is a good pollinator because the long bloom period overlaps many other crabapples. Dolgo is cold hardy, growing well in zones 3-9…which is just about anywhere! It is very disease resistant and the persistent fruit provides a food source for wildlife through the winter. A decorative tree spring and fall, useful for windbreaks, hardy and disease resistant…and a source of food for wildlife! What else could a homeowner wish for in a landscape tree! * Extended Season of White Blooms * Fall fruit * Wildlife interest * Cold hardy.
White Flowers For Weeks! The Adirondack Crabapple, Malus ‘Adirondack’, is an ornamental crabapple which has carmine red buds for weeks before it explodes in white flowers. It would be an outstanding focal accent in your flower garden or shrub border. Crabapple trees are still one of the most popular ornamental trees used in the United States for a variety of reasons, and your Adirondack is unique among Crabapple trees. It will flower and fruit far longer than other crabapples and is highly disease resistant. You won’t have to worry about spraying it with costly chemicals and it doesn’t even require pruning. It’s also drought tolerant and adaptable to many soils. The Adirondack Crabapple can grow to 18 feet tall and has an upright branched, narrow manner. It has a classic vase shape, with the branches extending up into the sky. This makes it perfect for those tight spaces where you’d like a crabapple, but just don’t think you have the room. In the spring, your Crabapple will form dark red buds that gradually lighten and open into waxy-white, fragrant flowers with traces of red. You’ll love how the blooms seem to overwhelm the tree with color. The three inch, dark green leaves have a leathery texture and provide a dense, healthy appearance to your tree through the summer months, but you’ll especially love the ½ inch fruit your tree produces. The little balls of bright orange color are a delight to behold, and hang on into the winter months. The contrast of their brilliant color against the white snow is outstanding in any yard. The Adirondack Crabapple is a veritable gift to butterflies, birds and bees, and certainly a pleasure to experience in any landscape. * Red Buds Before White Flowers* Vase Shape* Insect and Disease Resistant.
Brilliant Foliage, Flower and Fruit Purple Prince Crabapple is an ornamental tree valued for its brilliant foliage, flowers and fruit. Its year-round interest makes it perfect for locations where the rough, grey bark and dangling, scarlet crabapples can add to the winter landscape. A front or side yard location would be a lovely choice for Purple Prince, as it’s useful as both a shade and ornamental tree. Your Purple Prince Crabapple has probably the best purple foliage you’ll ever see on a crabapple tree. Emerging a vivid purple-bronze in the spring, the leaves maintain their color well into the summer before transitioning to green, and then a golden hue for fall. The 5-petal, hot-pink flowers virtually smother the tree early in the season, a stunning spectacle of color and fragrance for your spring yard. The fruit consists of 3/8-inch, round crabapples that persist from summer and into the winter months. Your wildlife will love them, and so will you if made into jelly or similar dishes (they’re not generally enjoyed raw). Purple Prince Crabapple is a deciduous ornamental tree growing to about 20 feet tall with an equal spread. It has a dense, rounded form that presents a pleasing silhouette in the landscape. Although fast-growing, Purple Prince does not suffer from stem splitting as some rapid growth trees do, and it’s quite disease resistant. It isn’t fussy about soil conditions and can even thrive in urban environments. If you’re looking for an ornamental crabapple tree, look no further. Purple Prince Crabapple is an outstanding choice for brilliant foliage, flowers and fruit! * Colorful foliage * Spring floral display * Fruit * Wildlife interest * Year round interest.
Small Crabapple with Color All Season The Royalty Crabapple is an ornamental tree with brilliant color and edible fruit. One would look impressive as a shade or street tree in your yard. This is one of the best small trees (15′ at maturity) there is for outstanding color. It’s simply one of the most beautiful trees you’ll ever have. Just the leaves alone are a study in grandeur. Their emergence in spring will clothe your tree in a cacophony of purple hues unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. This will be augmented with deep pink flowers that will beckon pollinators with their lovely sweet fragrance. The effect upon your emerging spring landscape will be stunning. Fall will bring ripened ¾-inch purple-red fruit that will provide a beneficial food source for your wildlife. The fruit tends to hang on into winter for added seasonal interest. Your Royalty Crabapple is disease resistant, generally low maintenance and can handle quite a bit of cold. Deer and bunnies don’t seem to bother it, and it’s even tolerant of pollution and urban conditions. The Royalty Crabapple is a hardy, ornamental tree that will be a decorative accent to your yard for many years. Plant one or more today for their spectacular color and seasonal interest. * Burgundy Foliage* Disease Resistant* Small Tree .
Show-stopping Blossoms and Berries Red Jewel Crabapple is a small, deciduous tree with ornamental features. It would make an ideal planting for your backyard as an accent or in groupings. Its versatility would also make it a terrific choice for along your driveway or as a street planting. It has even been used for Bonsai. Your Red Jewel Crabapple is a spring showstopper! Petite blossoms envelop the small tree in white, floral brilliance each and every April. The fragrance the delicate blossoms emit is a lovely lure to your lawn’s pollinators and will repeatedly draw you in for a closer look. The leaves stay green throughout the summer, but transform to a lively yellow for autumn. As the leaves fall, the glorious color of the fruit will be revealed. Each brilliant, scarlet “jewel” is a marbled-sized treat for your wildlife that will further decorate your Red Jewel for winter. Red Jewel Crabapple will grow to about15 feet in height with an equal spread. It has a rounded crown that is somewhat irregular, lending the tree a natural appearance for your landscape. It is quite hardy, with disease resistance to fireblight, rust, and black spot. Overall, Red Jewel will be a low maintenance tree for your yard. Crabapples are renowned for their showy appearance, and Red Jewel is no exception. With a Red Jewel in your yard, you’ll have exceptional natural beauty every year, and a welcomed treat for your wildlife as well. * Spectacular spring flowers * Decorative crabapples * Wildlife interest.
Purple foliage and pink flowers make for a winning combo! Crabapple trees in full flower are one of the hallmarks of spring. It is hard to imagine that you could improve on the stunning display of white or pink flowers on deep green leaves we’re so used to seeing. But you don’t need to imagine – Royal Raindrops Crabapple (Malus ‘JFS-KW5’) is such a different look that we know you’ll be blown away! First, Royal Raindrops covers itself in eye-popping magenta-pink flowers. No pretty, pale wallflowers here. Second, the foliage is cutleaf and deep purple, giving them great form and color that last all summer, even when the flowers have faded. Add to that sparkling red fruit that attracts wildlife through the year and you’ve got a real winner…and we haven’t even mentioned the rich fall color. The dark purple leaves turn bright shades of bronze, orange and mahogany. Despite all of the outside beauty of this tree, it is the physical tree structure that really makes Royal Raindrops flowering crabapple special. Strong branches and an upright growth habit means that it doesn’t need a lot of pruning to grow into a balanced canopy. This makes it a top performer in places with windy climates. The sturdy branches on Royal Raindrops don’t get windswept like other crabapples are prone to do. At only 20’ tall and 15’ wide, Royal Raindrops crabapple tree will fit into almost any garden – even a small one. This hardy tree can take the cold to zone 4 and still bloom every year. Malus Royal Raindrops Crabapple will excite your garden with year-round interest. Don’t let another year go by without one! * Showy spring flowers * Deep purple foliage * Stands up to wind* Great for a small garden* Attracts wildlife.
Show-stopping Pink Blooms Every Spring! There are a few trees that could really be considered amazing spring bloomers – the kind that photographers search out for photoshoots and romantic comedies show lovers picnicking under. Robinson Crabapple Tree (Malus ‘Robinson’) sits at the top of that list. You’ll be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t love the exuberant flush of color that the Robinson flowering crabapple tree delivers each spring. The tree is covered in huge, baby-pink blossoms. The leaves provide dappled shade all summer and you get decorative fruit in the fall and textured bark in the winter. Four solid seasons of interest! All of the Robinson Crabapple tree information on this new version tells us that it is pest and disease resistant far more than other crabapples. You won’t be plagued by the weaknesses of older versions. The Robinson Crabapple growth rate is superb – it will quickly reach 15-20 feet tall in a few years. Plant it where your neighbors can see it and be jealous. Robinson Crabapple is one of our most popular spring trees, so make sure to order yours before we sell out again! * Four seasons of interest* Amazing flower show in the spring* Loves the sun* Great specimen tree* Easy to grow .
Easy to Grow with All Season Interest The Prairefire is a purplish red flowering crabapple tree with ornamental features. It would look great as a single specimen tree, or planting several along your driveway would be a spectacular way to welcome guests. It has a long bloom period of 1/2 purplish red flowers that do not fade! The purple leaves emerge and later transform to a green with a reddish tint. When the flowers have gone, ½ inch shiny, dark purplish red, fruit develop which are similar to cherries in appearance. The fruits dangle from the tree into the winter months for birds and other wildlife to enjoy. In the autumn, the leaves of your Prairiefire will close out the season by attaining an exquisite orange tint. The reddish bark of the crabapple is a lovely backdrop to the white snows and will continue to delight through the cold months of winter. The Prairiefire grows to 20 feet in height with an equal spread. It has upright growth with a rounded canopy at maturity. Even without its particular features, it’s a lovely landscape tree * Large Non Fading Persistent Purplish Red Blossoms* Disease Resistant* Persistent Fruit* Hardy.
Small Tree with Big Splash of Color Profusion Crabapple is a flowering Crabapple tree. It does well in both country and urban settings and should be planted where you’ll never miss a moment of its superior attributes throughout the seasons. Profusion Crabapple is an exceptional tree for your yard, but particularly stunning in the spring when red buds pepper its branches with color. The buds open into 1.5-inch blossoms that blanket the tree in a brilliant splash of vibrant hot-pink. It’s a “profusion” of color that’s not to be missed! The effect is eye-catching from even long distances, and sure to draw the attention of friends and neighbors. Even without its spring display, Profusion Crabapple is a sight to see. The 3-inch, oval leaves pop out amid the branches in a delightful red shade. As time passes, you’ll see those bright leaves transition to green and then bronze for autumn. The foliage is a perfect accompaniment to the rounded form of your Profusion, lending it a full, vigorous appearance all summer long. When fall approaches, ½-inch, red crabapples will appear, dangling amid the ornamental leaves and persisting into winter as a special boon for your wildlife. As an added bonus, harvest a few Crabapples for yourself as they’re a popular choice for homemade jellies. Your Profusion Crabapple is a small tree that will grow 15-25 feet tall with a 25 foot spread to its somewhat rounded, weeping shape. It has good disease resistance and is extremely hardy. Deer tend to overlook Profusion Crabapple and it even does well in a variety of soil types. Plant a Profusion Crabapple anyplace you’d like a strong, ornamental focal point in your landscape. You won’t be disappointed with this exceptional, ornamental tree! * Deep Red Flowers That Change to Dark Pink* Adaptable, Hardy, and Disease Resistant* Small Wide Tree.
Stunning Visual Impact All 4 Seasons! The Donald Wyman Crabapple, Malus ‘Donald Wyman’, makes a spectacular addition to the home landscape when planted in mass or as a specimen. In the spring the buds begin as an almost crimson red, turn a light pink, and as they open they fade to pure white. When in full bloom, Donald Wyman crabapple puts on a fairy tale-like show with its profusion of lovely white flowers, displaying a “snowstorm” effect as the petals drop to the ground! The flowers give way to bright red glossy fruit that persists through the winter; falling leaves reveal the glorious color of the fruit. Donald Wyman Crabapple has wonderful, medium green foliage that turns an amber color in the fall. Having a rounded growth habit, this 20′ tree grows best in slightly moist, well drained, and slightly acidic soil; full sun produces the best flowering. Once established, Donald Wyman becomes drought tolerant and somewhat tolerant of salt spray; attracts birds, and is also disease tolerant. No tree creates a greater intrigue or visual impact during all four seasons than the flowering crabapple! * Pink Buds Lead to White Flowers* Drought, Disease, and Salt Tolerant* Persistent Fruit Attracts Wildlife.
Stunning Display and a Treat for Your Wildlife Sugar Tyme Crabapple is a flowering Crabapple tree with superior ornamental features. A pair of them would make a breathtaking addition to your front yard as a decorative asset amid less showy plantings. It also does well as a street tree or planted en masse in a side yard or naturalized area. Your Sugar Tyme Crabapple has several enviable features. Delightfully petite, pink-hued buds will appear to be sprinkled amid your Sugar Tyme’s branches in spring, ushering in a wave of stunning blossoms. The delicate buds open into 1-inch, single white flowers, each with just a touch of yellow in their centers. The fragrant blooms are a heady invitation to your yard’s pollinators, bringing your Crabapple alive with the movement of bees and butterflies amid its branches. Half-inch, round fruit follows, its shiny red globes dangling amid the branches as yet another decorative accent that will persist into the winter months. This is especially attractive to your feathered friends, who are sure to appreciate the treat, as well as other area wildlife. Sugar Tyme Crabapple is a deciduous tree growing to about 18 feet in height with a 15 foot spread. It has an upright, oval shape with slender, dark green leaves for a full, vibrant appearance. The foliage tints gold for autumn. Sugar Tyme Crabapple has a high degree of disease resistance and in fact was the 1999 Michigan Grower’s Choice Award winner. A vigorous tree, the Sugar Tyme is even tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions and urban pollution. * Spring, fall and winter interest * Fruit * Wildlife interest * Large white flowers.