Pink buds open to large, fragrant, white flowers followed by edible, brilliant crimson fruit. Used for crabapple jelly.
Indian Magic Crabapple
Malus 'Indian Magic'
Red buds open into single deep pink flowers. Small glossy red fruit changes to a rosy-orange and remains on the tree all winter, providing food for wildlife.
Has a very fragrant, double, deep rose-pink flowers giving the tree the appearance of being draped in rose buds. Foliage is green with an overcast of burgundy. Fall colour of purple-red. Large green fruit.
Dark pink buds open to pure white blooms, followed by clusters of small orange fruit which is excellent for making crabapple jelly. Has light green foliage.
An outstanding crabapple broadly rounded in shape with glossy, disease resistant foliage. The flowers are pink when in bud, opening to a mass of pure white. The orange fruit is tiny and persists until after leaf drop.
Large, semi-double, purple-pink blossoms open from red buds and bear small to large, red crabapples. The emerging bronze foliage is dark green in colour by the summer.
Deep red buds bloom that open up to purplish-red flowers, then fades to purplish-pink. Foliage emerges purple then fades to bronze-green. Oxblood red fruit appear later in the summer..
Smothered in purple flowers int he Spring and dark red fruit in the fall. Beautiful purple foliage turns blazing colours in the fall.
Malus x 'Centzan'
Very cold hardy flower buds open in early spring to masses of rose red blossoms that mature to cherry red fruit in the fall. Disease resistant foliage emerges reddish green and matures to a bronze green.
A compact, upright, vase-shaped, spreading tree with single, delicate pink blossoms appearing before the foliage. Purple, disease resistant foliage turns to a bronze colour in the fall showcasing the red fruit.
Rose pink blooms in the Spring that later turn into edible fruit in the fall, deal for jellies.