Plants of the Malus Genus

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Malus coronaria

An upright, wide-spreading crabapple with showy, fragrant, white spring flowers and yellowish-green fall fruits. Read more.

Malus floribunda

  • Malus floribunda // Japanese Flowering Crabapple ("straight species")
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Malus sargentii

A low, spreading, disease-resistant crabapple with white flowers, small, edible red fruits and yellow fall color. Read more.

  • Malus sargentii // Sargent Crabapple ("straight species")
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  • Malus sargentii 'Candymint' // Candymint Sargent Crabapple
    A low, spreading, disease-resistant crabapple with pink flowers, small, edible reddish-purple fruits and yellow fall color. Read more.

     

  • Malus sargentii 'Select A' // Firebird® Crabapple
    A low, spreading, disease-resistant crabapple with white flowers, small, edible, long-persisting red fruits and yellow fall color. Read more.

     

  • Malus sargentii 'Tina' // Tina Sargent Crabapple
    A disease-resistant, spreading, dwarf crabapple with white flowers and small red fruits Read more.

     

Malus sp.

A diverse group of small/medium size, deciduous trees with ornamental spring flowers in white, pink, red or purple, and ornamental fall fruits. Read more.

Malus tschonoskii

A tall, upright crabapple with silvery spring-summer foliage, then outstanding reddish fall color. Read more.

  • Malus tschonoskii // Tschonoski Crabapple ("straight species")
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Malus x

A diverse group of small/medium size deciduous trees with ornamental spring flowers in white, pink, red or purple, and ornamental fall fruits. Read more.

  • Malus x 'AK-98' // Tangy Green™ Urban™ Columnar Apple
    A narrow, upright tree producing ornamental pink flowers and full-sized, edible, tart green apples in the late summer and early fall. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Cascole' // White Cascade® Crabapple
    A disease-resistant crabapple resembling a cascading white waterfall when blooming with white flowers, then producing yellow fruits. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Coralcole' // Coralburst® Crabapple
    A dwarf, disease-resistant, rounded tree covered with showy pink spring flowers, then some bronze-orange fruits. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Donald Wyman' // Donald Wyman Crabapple
    One of the very best, most disease-resistant crabapples, with red/pink flower buds, fragrant white flowers, and long-persisting glossy red fruits into the winter. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Guinzam' // Guinevere® Crabapple
    A colorful, dwarf crabapple, with showy mauve-red flower buds, white flowers, and orange fall color. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Hargozam' // Harvest Gold® Crabapple
    An excellent, disease-resistant, upright crabapple with white flowers that are pink in bud, and persistent red fruits. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Hozam' // Holiday Gold™ Crabapple
    A disease-resistant, rounded tree with showy white spring flowers, then persisting, golden-yellow fall fruits. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Indian Magic' // Indian Magic Crabapple
    A medium-size, disease-resistant crabapple with red/pink flowers, red/orange fruits and fall color. Read more.
    -not currently in our collection-

     

  • Malus x 'JFS-KW5' // Royal Raindrops® Crabapple
    A vigorous, upright, disease-resistant crabapple with showy pink flowers, persisting red fruits, and bronze, orange, red and purple fall color. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Lollizam' // Lollipop® Crabapple
    A small, rounded crabapple with dense foliage, pink flower buds, white flowers, and small, golden-yellow fruits. Read more.
    -not currently in our collection-

     

  • Malus x 'Louisa' // Louisa Crabapple
    A very good, disease-resistant, weeping crabapple with red flower buds, pink flowers and persistent, golden fruits. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Prairifire' // Prairifire Crabapple
    An outstanding, larger crabapple, having multi-season beauty with reddish foliage, showy flowers, fruits and fall color. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Red Jade' // Red Jade Crabapple
    A fine, cold-hardy, weeping crabapple with showy pink buds yielding white flowers, then persistent, small red fruits into winter. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Schmidtcutleaf' // Golden Raindrops® Crabapple
    An unusual, cut-leaf crabapple with pink flower buds, white flowers, and an abundance of tiny, golden fruits. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Selkirk' // Selkirk Crabapple
    A larger crabapple, very showy with its fragrant, red/pink flowers and early red fruits. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Snowdrift' // Snowdrift Crabapple
    A medium-large, rounded crabapple with an outstanding white flower display, and persistent, small orange-red fruits, but has problems with scab and fireblight diseases. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Sutyzam' // Sugar Tyme® Crabapple
    A showy, disease-resistant tree with pink flower buds, abundant white flowers and small, red fruits persisting into the winter. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'UEB 3358-3' // Golden Treat™ Urban™ Columnar Apple
    A narrow, upright tree producing ornamental pink flowers and full-sized, edible, greenish-gold apples in the fall. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'UEB 3449-1' // Tasty Red™ Urban™ Columnar Apple
    A narrow, upright tree producing ornamental pink flowers and full-sized, edible, bright red apples in the fall. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'UEB 3727-4' // Blushing Delight™ Urban™ Columnar Apple
    A narrow, upright tree producing ornamental pink flowers and full-sized, edible, green apples with a red blush in the late summer and early fall. Read more.

     

  • Malus x 'Velvetcole' // Velvet Pillar™ Crabapple
    An upright, columnar crabapple with showy purple to red foliage from spring through fall, but sparse flowers and fruits. Read more.
    -not currently in our collection-

     

  • Malus x 'Weepcanzam' // Weeping Candied Apple® Crabapple
    A weeping crabapple with red flower buds, pink flowers, red fruits, good disease resistance, but susceptible to attack from Japanese beetles. Read more.