Coralburst Crabapple

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Coralburst Crabapple

8-10' x 12-15' Malus sieboldii x open-pollinated. Henry Ross intro, Strongsville, OH, 1968.

A neat small nearly perfectly symmetrical floriferous crab. Looks like a small rounded upright shrub perched on top of a single straight trunk. Red buds followed by double blooms, each with 10 petals, very light pink with red backs. Light yellow-green spring foliage is quite visible, an integral element in the overall effect—a unique and delightful combination of pink and light green. This is a tree you could plant right in your garden. Reddish-orange ½" fruit. Blooms somewhat late. Rarely requires pruning. One of our absolute favorites— we are so happy to have it back after several years’ absence. Z3. Maine Grown. (Semi-dwarf: 2½-5' bare-root trees)



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