Weeping Crab Apple Trees

Elegant Cascades – April Showers™ Weeping Crabapple Tree!

  • Pink Buds Open into White Spring Blossoms
  • Fragrant – Calls Pollinators
  • Delicate, Weeping Branch Structure
  • Crimson Red Fruit in the Fall
  • Specimen & Ornamental Focal Point
  • Fantastic for Smaller Gardens
  • Disease Resistant
  • Handsome Green Foliage
  • Songbirds & Wildlife Enjoy the Fruit!
  • 4 Season Interest
  • Red Fruit Persist All Winter
  • Disease Resistant

The April Showers Crabapple (Malus mill ‘Uebo’) has a distinctive, elegant structure that no other Crabapple tree has! Its waving, droopy branches mimic rain showers and create a picturesque ornamental beauty lasting all year long!

Wintery white flowers bloom in the spring, setting the mood for your entire landscape! As the tree’s blossoms fade, dark green foliage emerges to add depth to the landscape around it and accent the weeping branches.

The show is not complete yet, because fall brings crimson-red fruits that dangle like ornaments from its branches which attract songbirds looking for a feast before winter!

In the winter, April Showers brings an elegant silhouette to the landscape! This captivating scene will have you daydreaming about this Crabapple tree all day long!

How to Use April Showers™ Crabapple In The Landscape

The romantic look of weeping trees adds graceful beauty to your landscape! Situate this tree on the front lawn or anchor your foundation plantings so it can really stand out! Site on a berm, or soften your home’s corners to further highlight and sets this unique specimen apart!

Lovely plants for gracing a patio or to accent your entertaining areas with year-round interest. Be certain to plant this tree outside a window you look out often, so you’ll always be able to view it whenever you pass by!

This Crabapple is perfect for smaller spaces and modern gardens. Adding a flowering weeping ornamental softens edges and creates a perfect balance for your garden’s design.

Postage stamp gardens and city courtyards all can enjoy these fantastic ornamentals! Plant by your front door for a warm welcome!

#ProPlantTips For Care

This tasteful tree adapts to most conditions in its environment throughout USDA growing zones 4 to 8. Just like its Apple tree cousins, Crabapples prefer full sun so it can soak in the energy and nutrients that it needs. Also like most modern Crabapple trees, it is disease resistant!

Adaptable to a wide variety of soils, any type works as long as it’s well-drained. Water moderately yet consistently throughout the growing season, and be especially careful not to allow new trees to dry out at all until they’re established.

A generous layer of mulch helps retain soil moisture as well as insulate the root system from heat and chill.