This tree is full of year-round surprises. In the spring, pink flowers bloom, and in the fall, small, red crabapples appear. The bright fruit persists into winter, attracting birds and offering a gorgeous hint of color to your landscape.
- Displays pink blooms in the spring
- Produces red crabapples in the fall, ½” to ¾” in diameter
- Attracts birds
- Resists scab, rust, powdery mildew, and fire blight
- Does well in drought conditions