Siberian Crab Apple 10 Seeds for Planting Siberian Crab Manchurian Crab Apple Malus baccataRegular price $12.99 Save $-12.99
- The trees grow up to 10–14 metres (33–46 feet) high. They have arching or overhanging red-brown branches and red-brown buds. Petioles are 2–5 centimetres (3⁄4–2 inches) long, with few glands. Leaves are elliptic or egg-shaped, 3 cm–8 cm × 2 cm–3.5 cm (1+1⁄4 in–3+1⁄4 in × 3⁄4 in–1+1⁄2 in).
- Flowering occurs in spring, with fruits appearing in September–October.
- The species is used as ornament for its flowers and fruit. The fruits are edible and are eaten fresh or dried.
- It is used for bonsai. It bears plentiful fragrant white flowers and edible red to yellow fruit of about 1 centimetre (3⁄8 inch) diameter
Malus baccata is an Asian species of apple known by the common names Siberian crab apple, Siberian crab, Manchurian crab apple and Chinese crab apple.It is native to much of northern Asia, but is also grown elsewhere as an ornamental tree and for rootstock. It is used for bonsai. It bears plentiful fragrant white flowers and edible red to yellow fruit of about 1 centimetre (3⁄8 inch) diameter