Common Name: Pacific crabapple
Origin/Ecology: Native to BC
Habit: Upright, twiggy. Grows to 15 m tall, 10 m wide.
Leaves: Simple, pubescent, elliptic, oblong, pinnately lobed, serrate.
Leaf Arrangement: alternate
Flowers and Fruit: Corymb, white, Apr-May. Pome, yellow, red, Aug-Oct.
Bark: Coppery-brown, scaley and plated.
Water Use, Soil: Well-drained, humus rich. Tolerant of wet ground.
Exposure: Full sun to filtered shade.
Landscape Uses: Attract birds, fragrance, herb, spring interest, tall background, urban agriculture, wetland/bogs, wildlife food, woodland margin.
Limitations: Bad choice for Vancouver: many serious diseases, defoliating.
Other Features: Buds spur-like.