Tina Crabapple

With the Tina Crabapple, you cannot go wrong. The tree grows around 8 to 12′ tall at maturity and is about 8′ wide. It has a single trunk and then branches out from there. This absolutely charming decorative tree is an enhancement to your garden or patio area. Its red flower opens up to a white with a yellow center. It is a real beauty and loves to attract hummingbirds, other birds, and butterflies with its tiny red berries. You will love the Tina Crabapple and all its features.

The Tina Crabapple resistant to disease and its foliage is dark green and is exceptionally fine-textured. Its disease-resistant, lobed foliage is dark green and fine-textured. This little Crabapple is simply a delight and will create a nice little focal point or accent point for your garden or landscaping. Check one out at Heritage Hill Nursery in Cedarburg today.

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