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 Are crab apple flowers angiosperms?

Answer According to the Tree of Life Project, all flowerings plants are angiosperms. The Pollen Library explains that crabapples are a type of angiosperm called flowering dicots. This means that when seed... Read More »
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Will a crab apple pollinate a fruit apple tree?

Most apple trees are not self-pollinating. In order to be pollinated, they must be planted near other apple trees with the same bloom time. Crab apple trees are an excellent pollinator for apple tr... Read More »
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Types of Crab Apple Trees?

The crab apple tree (Malus), like the apple tree, belongs to the rose plant family (rosaceae) but differs from the apple on account of fruit size. Any fruit 2 inches or less in diameter is a crab a... Read More »
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How do I grow a crab apple tree?

LightPlant crab apple trees in full sun and where nearby trees will not shade the crab apple, except for light shade. Excess shading in these trees leads to less fruit and flowering and an increase... Read More »
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How to Make Crab Apple Jelly?

Do you have a crab apple tree that's bursting with fruit, but have no idea what to do with it all? There aren't many recipes around for crab apples, but this jelly is so delicious that even if ther... Read More »
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