Marilee Crabapple Tree (Malus ‘Jarmin’)

Marilee Crabapple Tree

  • Inverted Cone Shape
  • Double White Flowers With Pink Accents
  • Unique Tree
  • Adaptable To Many Soil Types
  • Pink Buds
  • Easy To Maintain
  • Fruitless Crabapple Tree
  • Bright Green Foliage
  • Blooms In Spring

Looking for a unique, showy tree for your front yard? The Marilee Crabapple Tree (Malus ‘Jarmin’ PP 14337) is exactly what you need! Its inverted cone shape makes for a statement in your garden, landscape, or yard!

In the spring, the tree has bright pink buds that open to white. The colors of white and pink look gorgeous against the bright green foliage. The flowers resemble a subtle ombre, making a unique look.

As the fall comes, the leaves become a beautiful golden color, making this the prettiest tree all year round.

The flowers are an abnormally large size, adding to the uniqueness of this tree. They are considered a double flower as well. This tree also does not contain fruit like most crabapple trees. You get all the gorgeous benefits and don’t have to worry about messy fruit!

The tree can grow from 20-25 feet in height, but the spread is only 8-10 feet. This is perfect for narrow locations that need extra life!

How to Use The Marilee Crabapple Tree in the Landscape

Like we said before, you can fit a Marilee Crabapple Tree in narrow areas that could benefit from a lively tree.

A courtyard would also be a fancy living area for this tree. It will fit in perfectly!

No need to worry about planting them near utility lines since they only have an 8-10 feet spread.

Plant one in your front yard so both you and passersby can enjoy the unique picture. Decorate the tree with flowers and rocks all around it to enhance the tree.

Use a few as a pretty divider rather than a fence! You’ll love looking out to your backyard and seeing an array of gorgeous Marilee Crabapple Trees.

Whatever you do with this tree, it will be stunning! People will wish their landscape was as good as yours!

Tips For Care

Plant this tree in a full sun location as they enjoy the fresh sun feeling! This will grow the blooms to their full potential.

The Marilee Crabapple Tree is widely adaptable to different soil types too. This makes it very easy to take care of!

When first planted, water frequently–at least once a week. Then, once the tree is established, it doesn’t need too much water. Make sure the soil is never dried out.

A way to see if your tree needs a drink is the finger test. Stick your finger in the soil near the base of the tree. If it’s damp, skip watering that day. If it’s dry, give it a deep soak.

Add a layer of mulch around the base of the tree to protect the tree’s roots. It will also help conserve the water in the soil.

Pruning this tree is best in the late winter as needed. You don’t want to prune in the spring because open cuts can cause diseases.

Marilee Crabapple Tree (Malus ‘Jarmin’) Details

Common name Marilee Crabapple Tree
Botanical name Malus 'Jarmin'
Hardiness zone 4-8
Growth rate Medium
Height 20 - 25 ft.
Width 8 - 10 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Widely Adaptable
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Flower color Pink to White
Leaf color Green