Day 218: Crabapple Blossoms

“Crab apples are small to medium-sized, deciduous trees that are widely adapted and produce an abundance of flowers in spring. There are more than 500 varieties. Crab apples bloom in early to mid-spring, producing masses of pink, red, or white flowers, depending on the variety. Some also have attractive purplish red leaves. Many types also produce small, red or yellow edible fruits that are tart but excellent for jelly.” To read more click here

11 thoughts on “Day 218: Crabapple Blossoms

    • Aww what a shame your cherry tree died. They are beautiful trees so I can understand why you miss it. Apple, cherry, and crabapple all have beautiful flowers in the spring. 🙂

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