Crabapple Fungi?

Answer Crabapples are valued as ornamental trees, producing showy white or red flowers in the spring. Their fruits are edible; however, the general consensus, according to North Dakota State University, i... Read More »

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How to Eat the Southern Crabapple?

Crabapples and regular apples are close kin, with crabapples defined as those that are two inches or less in diameter. Most varieties, including southern crabapples, are very tart and astringent. T... Read More »

How do I care for a crabapple tree?

WateringWater crabapple trees every two to three weeks during a dry season. Give the tree 2 to 6 inches of water at once. Drought conditions will cause a crabapple tree to withhold its fruit the ne... Read More »

Brandywine Crabapple Trees?

Crabapple trees are trees for all seasons. Prized for their spring budding color and stunning floral displays, they also produce small, colorful fruits in summer -- fruit that may stay on the tree ... Read More »

Spots on Crabapple Leaves?

Crabapples constitute several species of the Malus family. They produce vibrant white to red flowers and edible fruits, both of which are valued. Crabapples are versatile and most zones can support... Read More »