Bushels of single magenta-red flowers sprawl across the limbs in spring. One of the best reds among crab cultivars. Maroon-purple-green leaves give this tree full summer interest in the landscape after the flowers have faded. Come fall, the ⅜" orange fruits allure the eye and feed the birds. Somewhat pyramidal in shape.
Originally selected for its not-sprawling branches, it’s taller than it is wide and fits into smaller landscapes. Introduced by the respected nurseryman Jim Zampini (1932-2017) who loved plants and people alike and specialized in bringing them together. Z4. Maine Grown. (Semi-dwarf: 2½-5' bare-root trees)
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