Stunning Crabapple Blooms Without the Mess!
Love Flowering Crabapple trees but hate the mess the fruit leaves behind? Look no further than the Spring Snow Flowering Crabapple.
Most Crabapple trees leave behind a huge mess at the end of autumn when all the fruit has fallen…
But the Spring Snow Crabapple bears no fruit, meaning you’ll have no mess to clean up and less diseases and pests to worry about!
This fruitless tree gives you ornamental value through every season…
· Snowy white blooms in spring – the tree explodes with fragrant, white blooms on short stalks, giving it the appearance of garland hanging from the branches.
· Dense summer foliage – deep green leaves densely cover the entire canopy in the warmest months
· Bright yellow fall show – foliage turns yellow in autumn, presenting a radiant fall spectacle
· Interesting branches in winter – the unique growing pattern of the branches show off sculptural interest during its dormancy
Extremely tolerant and adaptable, you can grow this tree in practically any condition in zones 3-7.
Often used as a street tree or on the medians of highways, the Spring Snow is perfect for urban landscapes.
Naturally dwarf with low branches and a dense canopy, it looks amazing in small yards or grouped together in large landscapes.
Mess-free, absolutely gorgeous, and very tolerant, the Spring Snow is a sought-after Crabapple. Don’t miss your chance to grow your own… Order yours now!
Planting & Care
The Spring Snow Flowering Crabapple performs best in nearly any condition as long as it receives full sun. Plant in a hole twice as wide but just as deep as the root ball. Once planted, cover the ground with a thick layer of mulch.
Watering: As soon as you plant your tree, saturate it with water. If you live in a hot or dry area, water your Spring Snow twice a week until it is established. Other climates can water once a week, achieving 1 inch of water each week. Once established, only water as needed during long periods of drought.
Pruning: Prune off dead or diseased branches in late winter after the coldest months have passed, but before the spring blooms appear.
Pests: Check your tree frequently for any mites or aphids. A strong stream of water will get rid of these pests. Keeping your tree well maintained will help prevent against borers.
Disease: If you see any signs of disease on your crabapple, including leaves that fall too early or have spots, blisters or browned edges, you should treat your tree promptly. Avoiding doing so can greatly shorten the life of your tree. Sterile pruning and a fungicide treatment are the best measures to stop disease before it takes over the tree.