Crab Apple Trees

Crab apple trees are plants most often used for their wonderful ornamental value, but also esteemed for the crab apple jelly that can be made from their fruits, as well as being a handy addition to apple cider brews that need a bit of extra kick

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    Crab apple – Ioensis Plena

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    Crab apple Ioensis Plena is an ornamental, small tree, which in late spring becomes covered with large, beautiful smelling, light pink double flowers. A magnificent crab apple. Leaves colour to an orange / red in the autumn. Fruit are rarely produced.

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    Gorgeous crab apple

    Gorgeous crab apple, coming out of New Zealand, this cultivar makes a nice open shaped tree, with an enormous crop of small one inch deep red fruits, ripens late season Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Orleans Reinette, Peasgood's Nonsuch, Mother, Democrat, Golden Noble, King of the Pippins

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    Malus Floribunda crab apple

    Malus Floribunda crab apple is a Japanese Crab, huge masses of crimson buds, opening to blooms with pink / red on white background - quite stunning in springtime, (also known as the 'Showy Crabapple' because of its profuse blossom), followed by small red and yellow fruits Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Beauty of Bath, Lord Lambourne, McIntosh, Red Braeburn, French(crab), Yarlington Mill (cider)

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    John Downie crab apple

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    John Downie crab apple grows into a fair sized tree when mature, has a very heavy crop of crabs which are able to be eaten, fruit are quite large for a crab apple, makes a marvelous crab apple jelly, great pollinator for nearly all other apples Ripens: June/July Pollinate with: Granny Smith, Gala, Fuji, Pink Lady, Lady Williams, Freyburg, Merton Worcester, Jack Humm (crab), Golden Hornet (crab)

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    Eagle Point Star crab apple

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    Eagle Point Star crab apple is a very unusual apple which when cut open, reveals a red star in the middle of the white flesh, also has a red stained wood in the cross section of the branches, flowers colours are a wonderful striking  purple, it is possible to eat this apple fresh, unique sort of flavour, believed to have been discovered near Eagle Point, Gippsland

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