Crabapple Tree - Dolgo
White Explosion Last and Lasts
The Dolgo Crabapple Tree (Malus Dolgo) is a large crabapple tree, attaining a mature size of 30' with an equal spread.
In early April the Dolgo Crabapple Tree sprouts soft pink buds that open to an explosion of fragrant, self pollinating, white flowers which bloom for weeks. It is a good pollinator because the long bloom period overlaps many other crabapples.
Brilliant crimson fruit ripen in August and are about the size of small plums. Sweeter and larger than other crabapples, the fruit is excellent for eating fresh, making pies, butter, jams, jellies, ciders and sauces.
In fall the shiny deep-green foliage turns a stunning, bright yellow that is certain to brighten any landscape.
It is cold hardy and grows well in zones 3-9, which is just about anywhere! It is very disease resistant and the persistent fruit provide a food source for wildlife in the winter.
It is very large and beautiful tree and can be used for specimen trees, on farmstead windbreaks, for wildlife and riparian plantings, and highway beautification.
The Dolgo Crabapple tree is a beautiful tree that evokes wonderful childhood memories for so many. Its juicy fruit is sure to attract birds and wildlife as well as friends and neighbors.
*Extended Season of White Blooms
*Cold Hardy and Disease Resistant
*Large Persistent Fruit
|Mature Height||15 - 20 feet|
|Mature Spread||20 - 30 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Bloom Period||Early April|
|Pollinator Required||None Required|