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Crab Apple

TEA CRAB APPLE (Malus hupehensis)
From the mountains of China. Leaves used as a tea, called red tea. Blooms large, pink to white fragrant flowers in late spring. Tart fruits are eaten and used in processing, and are produced in abundance. A small tree to 15 feet with a broad spreading habit. New leaves are reddish, with attractive, disease resistant foliage.
Product ID: NSAPTEA
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TEA CRAB APPLE (Malus hupehensis)
PACIFIC CRAB APPLE (Malus fusca)
Able to grow in very wet sites, hence the alternate name SWAMP CRAB APPLE. Suitable as a rootstock for apples on sites otherwise too wet. Widely adapted West Coast native from California to Alaska. It doesn’t require wet ground. Tiny tart fruits for jelly or for the birds. Zone 5 - 8.
Product ID: NSNDPACCRA
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PACIFIC CRAB APPLE (Malus fusca)
432 Burnt Ridge Road Onalaska, Washington 98570 Phone: 360.985.2873 Fax: 360.985.0882 mail@burntridgenursery.com
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