All crabapples sold at Finke Gardens share many characteristics: excellent disease resistance, ornamental fruit that is persistent so great for birds without mess of fruit drop, and strong growers well-adapted to Nebraska landscapes.
Purple Prince starts the spring season with showy, pink, fragrant blossoms, and the foliage emerges bronze in color and turns dark army green as the season progresses.
Royal Raindrops has showy, pink, fragrant spring blossoms. The foliage is also unique with its deep burgundy color and slightly dissected leaves. Fall color is orange and yellow.
Adirondack has pink buds that open to white, fragrant spring blooms. The slender upright form lends itself to the urban landscape where space is at a premium. The foliage is medium green and turns yellow in the fall.
Sugartyme has pink buds that open white, fragrant blossoms. Foliage is bright emerald green and turns golden yellow in the fall. A 20 year old specimen will be a 20 foot cloud of bloom each spring. Sugartyme is also available trained in an espalier form for creating a unique display on south-facing walls.[envira-gallery id=”6362″ slug=”crabapples”]