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Crabapples

Naturally dwarf trees, our Crabapples are striking in bloom in the spring and in late summer and early fall, when they are covered with abundant, bright red fruit. A great addition to any yard or landscape, Crabapples bear heavy crops of sweet-tart apples that can be eaten fresh and make great cider and delicious jelly and baked goods. Crabapples are also quite hardy and are good choices for growers in very cold regions.

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Callaway Crab M-7

Callaway Crab M-7

Enjoy this strikingly beautiful, naturally dwarf variety in your yard or landscape. Cascades of snow-white blossoms in the spring are followed by an abundant harvest of teardrop-shaped, sparkling red, sweet-tart apples, great for eating, pickling, and jelly. Callaway is very productive and disease resistant and should grow to only about 6 ft. in height.
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Dolgo

Dolgo

This great crabapple variety was brought from Siberia in the late 1800's. Crimson red, 1-1/2” long fruits follow Dolgo's profuse, large, snow-white flowers. Use richly flavored Dolgo fruit for cider, preserves and canning. Dolgo is hardy to at least minus 40°F. and is very disease resistant and easy to grow.
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Kerr

Kerr  

This unique cross of Dolgo crabapple and Haralson apple bears large, flavorful, crisp and juicy, dark red fruit. Kerr is very hardy (to minus 50°F), productive and disease resistant. A favorite with kids, attractive Kerr fruit is great for fresh eating and makes tasty jelly.
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