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 The Japanese Crabapple Tree?

Answer Japanese crabapples (Malus floribunda) are small flowering trees native to Japan. They produce some of the showiest springtime blossom displays of any of the crabapple varieties, according to the M... Read More »
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How big will a crabapple tree get?

The height of a crabapple tree varies depending on the cultivar or species. The average crabapple tree reaches a height between 15 and 25 feet. Dwarf crabapple trees barely grow to 5 feet in height... Read More »
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Why Does My Crabapple Tree Look Like a Bush?

Crabapple trees come in a wide range of sizes and shapes. Talk with a nursery specialist before buying a crabapple tree so you know exactly what you are getting. To avoid a shrublike appearance, pr... Read More »
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How to kill a crabapple tree?

Grinding the stump will help but the roots will continue to produce suckers until all of their energy reserves are gone. If you keep removing them, then eventually the system will die. To speed up ... Read More »
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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 »
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