The Sargent Crabapple tree
Scientific Name: Malus sargentii
The Sargent Crabapple tree's Mature Height is 10 - 15 feet, Mature Spread 15 - 18 feet, Soil Type Widely Adaptable, Moisture Widely Adaptable, Mature Form Oval, Wide, Spreading, Growth Rate Slow, Sun Exposure Full Sun, Flower Color Pink and White, Fall Color Yellow, Foliage Color Green, Zones 4-8, Sargent Crabapple tree photos
The Sargent Crabapple tree, Malus Sargentii, is a dwarf flowering tree that flowers profusely in early spring with pink to white scented blossoms.
Excellent for wildlife because of its edible dark red berries. Summer foliage is a dark green color. It is used as a specimen or patio tree. This deciduous tree has moderate water requirements and a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali.
One of the smallest crabapples, it is a mounded, wide spreading tree, (wider than high), with disordered branching and frequent cross branching.
Flowers are white, red when bud is opening. The fruit is bright red. This crabapple has the smallest leaves of all the crabs. Sargent Crabapple trees are known for their stunning flowers.
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