Plant Details: Southern Crabapple
5 - 9
A small native tree that is covered with very fragrant white-pink flowers in the spring which makes it a popular ornamental and a great attractor or for your pollinating insects and butterflies. The large green sour fruit keeps well and is used for fresh eating or jelly. Deer and other wildlife eat the apples which is a rich source of nutrition in the winter.
Plant Growing Conditions
This is a set of 4 seedlings of seed grown Malus coronaria 'big o' with golf ball size fruit. 3 year seedlings and approximately 12" plus tall. These are only available when they go dormant, usually late November through early February.
Copyright Nearly Native Nursery, All rights reserved, 2004 - 2012
Site design by