Adams (Pink)

The Adams crabapple (Malus "Adams") is one of the best all-season crabapples. The foliage is red when it emerges, turns green in the summer, then red orange in the fall, along with its single pink flowers in spring makes this plant an eye catcher.  

Several varieties of crabapples have been developed for their beautiful spring flowers, colorful fruit along with amazing fall color, and are often used to pollinate fruiting apple trees.

The Adams crabapple is a mid- to late-season bloomer and can be used to pollinate Granny Smith, Crispin, Fuji, Braeburn, Pristine, York and Enterprise apples. The flowers are insect pollinated, so bees must be present to carry pollen from one to the other. The trees should be planted within 50 feet of each other.

 

Scientific Name: Malus 'Adams'

Deciduous

Growing Zones: 4-6

Mature Height: 15-25 Feet

Mature Width: 15-25 Feet

Light Requirements: Full Sun

Crabapple, Adams (Pink) 5 Gallon

Zones: 4-6

  • Price: $14.00