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Thursday, 26 October 2017


Malus ioensis 'plena' (Bechtel Crab Apple) is one of the most commonly planted Malus trees. known for its floral display in spring. Adaptable to urban soil and is drought tolerant. The Malus ioensis 'plena' prefers slightly acidic, well drained soils, positioned in full sun to partial shade. This tree is a good choice for areas where space is limited due to its small growing nature.

The tree has a low to moderate growth rate, reaching a height of 5-6 m and a spread of 4-5 m. It exhibits a broad spreading habit with a rounded crown. It displays green leaves with serrated margins, turning to a rich dark red and orange colour through autumn. Small green crab apples will thinly disperse over the tree. Fragrant white, pink double flowers will grow in groups of 3 to 5 in late spring making it a highly attractive garden tree.

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  1. How lovely to see spring flowers. A joy right now in my dark part of the world. :)

  2. Nick, appears Spring has sprung. Thanks for sharing.

  3. So pretty. We are getting darker and darker in the Pacific Northwest of the US

  4. Beautiful! Since you're quite the expert on flowers, I'd love it if you can name the ones in my post for this week :)