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Edible Crabapple

Crabapples
The reasons for planting a crabapple tree are many and varied. Commercial orchardists value the pollination benefit of their extravagant blooming, while some homeowners simply enjoy the fragrant and elegant beauty of the spring blossom show. Others have discovered the unexpected pleasurable eating experience some varieties provide. A renewed interest in cider making is also fueling a fresh appreciation for the crabapple contribution. What’s more, their innate cold hardiness and naturally compact form opens the opportunity for almost anyone to plant one.

1.25-2m (4-6') bareroot trees

Crabapple : TRAILMAN Semi-Dwarf (B118) (Orchard Grade)

$35.95

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Crabapple : CHESTNUT Large Semi-Dwarf (B118)

$49.95

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Crabapple : TRAILMAN

$49.95

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