It is difficult to search for a tree hardier than a crabapple. It is hard to find an ornamental tree more disease resistant than a crabapple. Crabapples are one of the most widely used ornamental trees, so stop and take a look at the Crabapple. This tree species is the one you must have! Crabapple trees come in an array of sizes and produce an extended profusion of flowers that come in an assortment of colors. These trees are easy to grow and are very rewarding, even for a beginner gardener. They also thrive in a wide variety of soils and locations.
Our large selection of crabapple trees, including the Adirondack, provides the wildlife lover with food for the bees, birds, and butterflies. This category also contains fruitless ornamental crabapples. Although some crabapple fruits are tart, and are not appealing when eaten raw, they can be used for making jellies and jams. For an edible, sweet fruit, experience the Dolgo crabapple. The Dolgos are great pollinators for other apple trees. Because of their long bloom period, they make superior pollinators! Plant a crabapple among your apple trees, and this will solve any pollination issues in your home apple orchard! For more information click on any picture or call Nature Hills at 888.864.7663