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Searching Genus for MALUS

MALUS(CRABAPPLES)Family: ROSACEAE
This genus encompasses both orchard-type apples and strictly ornamental crabs. All are edible, but crabs have smaller fruit. Many species and a large number of cultivars, varying in flower color from white to deep pink and in fruit size and color from red to yellow to green to fruitless. Most gardeners select crabapples on the basis of the flowers. However, since almost all are attractive, it is more important to select on disease resistance and on fruit display, which can last through autumn and into winter. Native to North America, Europe and Asia, most are deciduous but some are shrublike. All Crabapples are edible and make delicious jelly.

MALUS sargentiiSpring2273
Sargent Crabapple3m  Zone: 4
A beautiful, small, mounded, densely branching and wide spreading shrub with fragrant flowers, red in bud, opening white. The showy fruit is bright red, beloved by birds. This is a wonderful small ornamental crabapple that cannot be overpraised.
Germination Instructions: 3 months cold conditioning, germinating abundantly thereafter.
20 seeds  $4.25   

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