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Image of Malus ioensis

Jesse Saylor

(Iowa Crabapple, Klehm's Improved Bechtel Crabapple, Prairie Crabapple)

A wide-branching deciduous tree that blooms in spring, ‘Klehm's Improved Bechtel’ is a selection of prairie crabapple, native to the central United States. The leaves, shaped like a reversed tear drop, are green with fuzzy, whitened undersides and small jagged teeth. In spring, before the leaves emerge, pale pink buds appear on the twigs, opening to fragrant, double (extra petals), white flowers that attract bees. The fruits that follow are small, greasy-skinned, and mature to yellow-green. Their...

Image of Malus ioensis

Jesse Saylor

(Iowa Crabapple, Prairie Crabapple)

An upright-branching but broad deciduous tree with pink springtime flowers, prairie crabapple is native to the central United States. The leaves are green with fuzzy, whitened undersides and shaped like a reversed tear-drop with small jagged teeth. In spring, before leaves emerge, pale pink buds are found on the twigs, opening to fragrant, white, five-petaled flowers that will be pollinated by honeybees. The fruits that ensue are small and mature to a greasy-skinned, yellow-green. The flesh is sour...

Image of Malus ioensis f. fimbriata photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Iowa Crabapple, Prairie Crabapple)

An upright-branching but broad deciduous tree with pink springtime flowers, prairie crabapple is native to the central United States. The leaves are green with fuzzy, whitened undersides and shaped like a reversed tear-drop with small jagged teeth. In spring, before leaves emerge, pale pink buds are found on the twigs, opening to fragrant, white, five-petaled flowers that will be pollinated by honeybees. The fruits that ensue are small and mature to a greasy-skinned, yellow-green. The flesh is sour...

Image of Malus pumila photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Paradise Apple)

Producing large, sweet and fleshy red fruits by late summer, the paradise apple is a springtime delight with fragrant, large white blossoms. This rounded and spreading deciduous tree is native to southeastern Europe and extreme western Asia.

Leaves of the paradise apple are oval and often edged in coarse teeth. When young they are a bright yellow green and mature to a lightly glossed medium green with a hairy white underside. In mid-spring flowerbuds arise all along the branches, most in clusters...

Image of Malus sargentii photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Sargent's Crabapple)

Sargent's crabapple covers itself in spring with red buds that open to white flowers, followed by small dark red fruits that persist into early winter. A deciduous large shrub or small tree native to Japan, it has a spreading, mounded habit. The leaves are oval and dark green with teeth on their edges. In mid-to-late spring the bare branches fill with clusters of red buds that open to fragrant, pure white flowers that attract bees. The leaves emerge as the flowers open. The fruits mature to deep...

(Sargent's Crabapple)

The rose Sargent's crabapple's graceful branches are filled with thousands of red buds that open to very pale pink flowers in late spring and reveals small dark red fruits in the fall and early winter after the leaves drop. A deciduous large shrub or small tree native to Japan, it has a spreading and mounded habit. The oval to three-lobed leaves are dark green with teeth on the edges. In mid to late spring the lightly spined branches are filled with new clusters of dark red buds that open to fragrant,...

(Sargent's Crabapple)

The Firebird crabapple's branches are filled with copious amounts white flowers in late spring and reveals small dark red fruits in the fall tomid-winter after the leaves drop. A deciduous small tree native to Japan, it has a compact, rounded habit. The oval to three-lobed leaves are dark green with teeth on the edges. In mid to late spring the bare branches are filled with buds that open to fragrant, pure white flowers that will be visited and pollinated by honeybees. Leaves unfurl as spring progresses....

Image of Malus sargentii

Mark A. Miller

(Sargent's Crabapple)

The short Tina Sargent's crabapple has graceful branches filled with thousands of white flowers in late spring and reveals small dark red fruits in the fall and early winter after the leaves drop. A deciduous large shrub native to Japan, it has a short, spreading and mounded habit. The oval to three-lobed leaves are dark green with teeth on the edges. In mid to late spring the occasionally spined branches are filled with new bud clusters that open to fragrant, pure white flowers that will be visited...

Image of Malvaviscus arboreus photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Turk's-cap)

This huge, fast-growing red-flowered shrub offers a unique form of hibiscus blossom that never completely opens, hanging instead like a tiny lantern. For that reason it is commonly known as sleeping hibiscus. This is a native from Mexico south into Brazil and Peru, but has also naturalized in parts of Texas and Florida. It is capable of withstanding periodic drought but thrives on regular water too. This shrub produces masses of unbranched stems bearing soft, velvety yellow green leaves all the...

Image of Malvaviscus arboreus var. drummondii photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Drummond's Wax Mallow, Texas Mallow, Turk's-cap)

This huge, fast-growing, red flowered shrub offers a unique form of hibiscus blossom that never opens completely. Its curling, clasped petals give it one of its common names, Turk’s-cap. For the same reason, another common name for it is sleepy hibiscus. This is a native from subtropical Mexico south into Brazil and Peru, but has also naturalized in parts of Texas and Florida. It is an evergreen in frost-free regions, deciduous in cool climates. This shrub makes a forest of upright, unbranched stems...