A small, deciduous tree bearing clusters of large, fragrant double pink blooms in late spring. Foliage turns vivid yellow, orange or crimson in autumn.
An excellent specimen tree for a small garden. The crab apples are insignificant compared to the flowers.
Requires moist well-drained soils. Prefers full sun or part shade. Frost tolerant. Prune after flowering to remove spindly growth. Keep moist in dry weather.
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