Malus Adams Crabapple

malus - adams crabapple
The Adams flowering crabapple has spectacular deep pink blooms in spring. To ensure ample blossoming and fruiting, make sure the tree is exposed to at least six hours of sun a day. Rich, mulched, well drained soil is best.

Height: 15′ – 20′

Width: 15′ – 20′

Exposure: Full sun. At least 6 hours.

Fruit / Flower: Red crabapple.

Fall Color: Orange red.

Water: Once established, these trees don’t need extra watering as they are fairly drought tolerant. If the season is unusually dry a deep watering once a week at the base of the tree will suffice.

Fertilizer: Use a general fertilizer once a year just before new growth, although this is not necessary with most apple trees.

Pruning: Crabapples will perform best with regular annual pruning. Dead branches, water sprouts and smaller growth should be removed periodically. Generalized pruning is best done in late fall or dormancy. Prune away branches that are crossed.

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