Crabapple Trees

Flowering Crabapple Trees

crabapple trees

We offer the widest and best selection of crabapple trees to be found anywhere!

All trees listed below with descriptions are available for shipment and generally are 4-5′ in size and very well branched!  Please note all crabapple and fruit trees are offered as bare root stock!

ALL Crabapple Trees are Priced at $40.00 EACH

Brandywine Crabapple: (Malus ‘Brandywine’) Zone 4-8. One of the most beautiful crabapples, growing 20′ with fragrant double pink flowers giving an appearance of being draped in rosebuds.  A very symmetrical oval tree with dark green foliage with a red tinge turning purple.  Produces 1″ yellow fruit. .

Chestnut Crabapple: (Malus ‘chestnut’) Zone 4-8. A vigorous, hardy crabapple that makes pleasant “chestnut” flavored jam. Yellow fruit has outstanding flavor and good texture for fresh eating. Medium storage life. Often used as a pollinator and is disease resistant. Widely used in deer plots growing to 20’ tall. White flowers’.

Dolgo Crabapple: (Malus ‘Dolgo) Zone 2-7. These apples taste like a sugar coated cranberry. The apples are known for making jelly and spicy apple butter. Rated good to excellent for disease resistance. Grows to 30’ tall with a spread of 25’ wide. White flowers.

Indian Summer Crabapple: (Malus ‘Indian Summer’) Zone 4-7. Growing 15-20’ tall with equal spread, rose red flowers load the tree in spring, followed by bright red 3/4″ fruit. A global shaped tree with lush green foliage, it offers shade to confined areas and year around beauty. Excellent disease resistance.

Prairie fire Crabapple: (Malus ‘Prairie fire’) Zone 4-7. A beautiful 15-20′ crab which blooms later than most crabapple with a true red flower followed by fruit that does not drop. Very disease resistant, voted Iowa’s Tree of the Year in 1996.

Profusion Crabapple: (Malus ‘Profusion’) Zone 4-7. This small crab is noted for its abundance of deep red buds that open to purple-red flowers fading to lavender. Foliage immerges purple, then fades bronze-green. Oxblood 1/2” fruit is persistent.

Radiant Crabapple: (Malus ‘Radiant’) Zone 3-8. Single, deep pink flowers appear in spring, followed by small bright red fruit 1/2″ in diameter. Attractive reddish-purple turns to green with age.

Royalty Crabapple: :   (Malus ‘JFS-KW5′) Zone 3-7. An extremely papipular and hardy tree with outsranding purplish foliage with a green undercast.  Dark red flowers produce 3/4″ dark red persistent fruit.  trees grow 20’ tall and wide.

Snowdrift Crabapple: (Malus ‘Snowdrift’) Zone 3-7. An outstanding white flowering crabapple.  Heavy textured, glossy green foliage.  Hardy with little disease and low maintenance.  Excellent for street planting due to their pink bud turning to white blooms.  Grows 15-20’m tall with a 20-25′ spread.

Sugar Tyme Crabapple: (Malus ‘Swesutyzam) Zone 4-7.  This disease resistant crav has crisp green foliage with buds that open to showy white flowers completely covering the tree.   Rich red 1/2″ fruit develops and remains on the tree all year.  Grows 18′ tall and 15’ wide.  Excellent landscape tree.

Thunderchild Crabapple: (Malus ‘Thunderchild’) Zone 3-7. This compact, upright spreader has pink flowers before purple leaves form. Resistant to fire Blight.

Whitney Crabapple: (Malus ‘Whitney’) Zone 3-7. An old time favorite. producing 1″ fruit for eating and pickling.  Excellent when used for apple butter or spiced apples.  Hardy, vigorous, heavy bearing trees growing to 25′ tall.  White flowers in the Spring with the fruit having a short storage life.