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Zones:

4-8

Size:

Most grow 15 to 20 feet tall and wide. There are also dwarf and semi-dwarf varieties that range in height from under 5 feet to 10 feet.

Forms:

May be rounded, spreading, columnar, vase-shaped, or weeping, depending on the cultivar.

Exposure:

Full sun, minimum 6 hours per day.

Bloom Time:

Mid to late spring, with the length of bloom ranging from 1 to 2 weeks.

Flowers:

Single, semi-double or fully double in white, pink, magenta, or red. Very fragrant. Many varieties have darker buds that lighten in color as the flowers reach full bloom.

Foliage:

Usually green, but some varieties have foliage with purple, red, or bronze tones. Fall leaf color may be orange, red, gold, or bronze, depending on the cultivar.

Fruit:

Ripens from late summer to mid-fall and often clings to the branches through winter. Usually the fruit is red, resembling small cherries, but some cultivars produce yellow, maroon, or orange fruit.

 

Growth rate:

Moderate

 

From Garden Design

 

ALL TAXES ARE INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE

Crabapple

  • All orders are final. If an item is out of stock, Morgan Conservation District will work to fulfill the item with another supplier, but no guarantees can be made. In this case, returns shall be issued to customers within 90 days of original purchase date. 

  • All orders will be picked up at Morgan Conservation District's Office at 200 West Railroad Avenue in Fort Morgan, Colorado in May 2024. More information will be emailed closer to delivery day. 

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