Louisa Crabapple

This week’s spotlight is on the Louisa Crabapple. The Louisa is a weeping crabapple tree that yields a lovely pink flower. Its typical mature height is usually 12-15′ tall and just as wide. Branches on the Louisa Crabapple generally cascade to and fan across the ground in an elegant manner.

Red buds will open up in the Spring to beautiful single pink fragrant flowers that are about 1 1/2″ in diameter. This lovely tree is an added attraction to any lawn, garden or property depending on where you would like it to showcase its beauty. The flowers are extremely attractive to bees. See Heritage Hill Nursery for your Louisa Crabapple.

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