Malus 'Dolgo'

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Dolgo Crabapple

Dolgo crabapple features pink buds opening to white flowers. The fruit is bright red. This tree is an alternate year bloomer with good disease resistance reported.

Crabapples are small flowering trees that provide a showy display in the spring landscape for 1 to 2 weeks. In addition to the eye-catching buds and flowers, their foliage, habit, and fruit make them attractive plants almost year round. They are actively hybridized for flower color, leaf color, fruit size/color, shape and, most importantly, disease resistance. Crabapple fruits are usually not eaten by humans but are beloved by birds. Most crabapples benefit from modest amounts of pruning to eliminate water sprouts and improve airflow.

Soil:
Moderate
Plant Shape:
Upright
Exposure:
Full Sun
Bloom Time:
May - June
Bloom Color:
White
Landscape Use:
Urban Street
Specimen Plant
Plant Type:
Tree
Hardiness Zone:
3 - 9