This is the year to add a beautiful ornamental specimen to your landscape. There have been some exciting breakthroughs in color and hardiness in Crabapples and Japanese Maples. We’ve picked up a few trees with smaller mature sizes to expand our selection for small urban lots. Stop in and chat with our knowledgeable nurserymen and women to determine which tree is the best fit for your landscape, as well as the companion plants that bring out the best in your selection.
Raspberry Spear Crabapple (Malus ‘JFS KW213MX’ P.A.F.)
20′ tall, 8′ wide. Deep pink buds open to bright magenta flowers, followed by purple-red berries that brighten to red towards the fall. Disease-resistant foliage emerges deep purple, turning bronze in late summer and picking up orange tints in the fall. The shape is tightly columnar.
Royal Beauty Crabapple (Malus ‘Royal Beauty‘)
8′ tall, 12′ wide. Purple buds turn to fragrant pink flowers in the spring, followed by showy red berries that persist into the fall. Foliage emerges deep red, turning bronzy-purple during the summer and burgundy in the fall. A beautiful weeping selection.