Tree with a round, wide, symmetrical shape. It features a dark green foliage, with purple tinges, turning orangy red in fall. Double, fragrant, dark pink flowers in May are followed by large yellow-green fruits (3,25cm). Good resistance to diseases and urban pollution.
Very nice crabapple with dainty coral pink buds that open into double pink flowers. This compact, uniform growing tree has a rounded head and tiny dark green leaves. Produces orange-red fruits (1,25cm). Very disease resistant.
This pretty blooming crabapple is covered with masses of lovely soft pink blossoms in early spring, and bronzey red leaves through the summer, that turn orange into the fall. Unlike many crabapples, this disease resistant variety is considered 'seedless' or fruitless as it rarely produces ornamental fruit. It is an excellent small landscape tree with broad, upright habit.
Tree with a wide rounded top. Flower buds are pink, opening into white, fragrant flowers. Flowering is more abundant every two years. Glossy green foliage turns yellow in fall. Its purplish-red fruits (3,8cm) ripe in July and fall around the end of August. They are edible and often used to make jelly.
This columnar crabapple was introduced in British-Columbia by Bylands nurseries. This small tree with glossy purple leaves is only 3 to 4 meters high by 1 meter wide. In spring, it get covered by numerous bright pink flowers turning into small purple fruits in fall.
Crabapple with an upright habit. Its pink flowers emerge before the foliage. The dark purple foliage turns yellow in fall. Numerous small purple berries are produced and stayed on the tree up to the end of fall. Tolerates pollution. Ideal for very small gardens. Disease resistant.
Fine textured, deeply cut foliage. The form is elegant, with slender limbs spreading horizontally from upright branches that get covered by white flowers in spring. Abundance of very small golden yellow fruits (0,5 cm) in fall contrasting well with the orangy yellow foliage shaded with red. Disease resistant.
Vigorous erect vase-shape tree. Its green foliage in season, turns yellow-brown in fall. Flower buds are pink, opening into nice single white blooms, one week later than the other varieties. Small golden fruits (1,25cm), holding their colour until December and persisting until spring.
Round tree with upright branches. The leaves are dark green all season long and turn orangy yellow in fall. In May, single deep pink flowers appear, followed in fall by vivid red fruits (1,25cm) that will persist for a long time on the tree. Shows a good resistance to diseases.