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Golden Raindrops Crabapple

Malus transitoria 'Schmidtcutleaf'

Interesting Flower Fall Colors Valuable to wildlife

Characteristics:
Small tree with rounded, elegant shape and persistant fruit that attracts wildlife.

Growing Conditions:
Best in full sun. Tolerates a variety of soils.

Uses:
Edible, persistent fruit is attractive to birds and good for winter interest.

Height:
20' at maturity

Width:
15' at maturity

Shape:
Slender limbs form upright vase shape. More orderly branching than most crabapples.

Flowers:
Star-like flowers are white with bright yellow centers and bloom in Spring.

Leaves:
Green, deeply cut, finely textured, lobe-shaped leaves.

Bark:
Golden-brown and shiny.

Developed in Oregon.