Snowdrift Crabapple Malus 'Snowdrift'
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AK, AZ, CA, HI, WA
A crabapple tree in full bloom is something to behold, and the snowdrift crabapple is no exception. Its pink buds burst into a snowy white show in mid-spring. But while spring is the tree’s standout season, it does offer visual impact year-round. Glossy, deep green summer leaves change to yellow in the fall, and orange-red fruit persists through the winter, attracting the favor of feathered friends.
- Displays color in all four seasons
- Produces orange-red crabapples that attract birds
- Displays spectacular spring flowers
- Will be delivered at a height of 2'–3'
Your Tree’s Personality
The tree’s fruit persists through the winter and attracts birds.
Crabapple trees are actually members of the rose family, Rosaceae. As with roses, there is a never-ending desire to develop a new form and give it a fanciful name. This has resulted in approximately 800 cultivars of crabapples.
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