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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Malus Spectabilis crab apple
Out of stockMalus Spectabilis crab apple is a species of crab apple known by the common names Asiatic apple, Chinese crab, and Chinese flowering apple, it has a wonderfully colourful display of semi double-pink flowers Pollinate with: Golden Hornet (crab), Jack Humm (crab), Jonathan, Lady Williams, Pink Lady, Fuji, Gala, Freyburg, Granny Smith
Malus Aldenhamensis crab appleA magnificent variety, Malus purpurea Aldenhamensis Crab Apple is best known for its long lasting red-purple flowers, complemented by purple-red follage in the Autumn.
Malus profusionCrab apple with a vast display of wine red flowers which are deeply fragrant in spring, followed by blood red fruit, flowers profusely from a young age
Julia’s Blush crab appleJulia's Blush is one of the newer more ornamental crab apples, with single deep pink flowers in Spring. New foliage has purplish-green tips, maturing to bronze green leaves. Abundant large red fruit with a pink flesh suitable for crabapple jam.