Malus coronaria
Wild Crabapple
 
North America

Small tree found in open
 
White flowers are very fragrant and follow the emergence of leaves in the spring.
 
Foliage is bright green
 
 
 
Pale green-yellow fruit that can he used for preserves or jellies.
 
 

  • 'Nieuwlandiana' - 20 feet - double pink flowers late May and early June, have 13-27 petals - fruits are green, 4 inches wide.
  • 'Charlottae' - double, pink, resistant to apple scab and bears flowers annually.
  • 'Dorothea' - 25 feet - semidouble deep pink flowers (16 petals) - bright yellow fruits - resistant to apple scab.
  • 'Evelyn' - 20 feet - single pink flowers - red fruits - autumn color may be purple, red and orange - resistant to apple scab.
  • 'Flame' - 25 feet - Zone 2 - pink flower buds, white flowers in early May and bright red fruits - bears annually - resistant to apple scab.
 

 

 
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