Crabapple flowers come in various shades of pink and white, and a few have pink buds that open into white flowers, creating a multi-hued display in spring. Crabapple fruits show a far wider range of colors, from green to russet and fire engine red. While crabapples have the potential to be excellent garden plants, many older cultivars are susceptible to a variety of diseases that disfigure their fruits and foliage.


  • Title: Crabapple
  • Location: 19.36067,-99.159692516
  • Type: plant
  • Contributor: The New York Botanical Garden
  • Original Source: find out more garden navigator
  • Rights: © The New York Botanical Garden

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