Spring Snow Crabapple

Our final spotlight for the month of September turns to the Spring Snow Crabapple. You will be amazed and will adore this lovely, fruit-less flowering Crabapple. This tree explodes with a stunning display of fragrant white flowers in the Spring which reminds one of an early Spring snow. It is an excellent choice to have one near patios, decks, or sidewalks as it does not produce any fruit which can create somewhat of a mess at times. It has an upright oval form and is exceptionally clean and crisp.

When the fragrant blooms are finished it develops shiny, bright green leaves providing shade all throughout the Summer. The Spring Snow Crabapple will turn yellow in the Fall and can highlight your Fall decorations. Its mature height of 25′ and spread of 20′ is a handsome addition to its foliage. It does require well-drained soil but will not argue if you plant it in full sunlight. It prefers that. You will be glad you added this Crabapple to your home and garden. It is a delight.

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