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Malus floribunda - Japanese Flowering Crababpple


Hardiness

USDA Zone 4 or or -25 degree F (-32 C)

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Light

Full sun to partial shade
Soil

Well drained
Water

Regular
Habit

Deciduous tree, broad dense grower to 18 feet (5.5 m) tall and wide
Flowers

Deep pink buds open into fragrant single white flowers


Comments:

A small tree with profuse fragrant flowers in the spring. The flowers are followed by showy red and yellow fruits that develop between August and October. Hardy and showy, it is prized in the landscape for its finely textured leaves, beautiful structure, spring flowers, and good yellow fall color. The Floribunda Flowering Crabapple is a great non-invasive smaller tree which works well in almost any landscape.


 






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