Golden Raindrops Crabapple
Malus transitoria 'Schmidtcutleaf'
Small tree with rounded, elegant shape and persistant fruit that attracts wildlife.
Best in full sun. Tolerates a variety of soils.
Edible, persistent fruit is attractive to birds and good for winter interest.
20' at maturity
15' at maturity
Slender limbs form upright vase shape. More orderly branching than most crabapples.
Star-like flowers are white with bright yellow centers and bloom in Spring.
Green, deeply cut, finely textured, lobe-shaped leaves.
Golden-brown and shiny.
Developed in Oregon.