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Sweet Crabapple

Rosaceae Malus coronaria


About 12ft tall and trunk is 6in in diameter. planted for decorations. right beside my house. and sense it is by itself it's branches are fuller and more broad. Its leaves have little teeth and are in between slim and round, so i guess oval. It's leaves are simple and alternative and it's fruit is obviously a crab apple. it's bark is thin, flat and smooth.


planted by a house needs lots of sunlight and provides a lot of shade

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Vermont, USA

Spotted on Sep 25, 2012
Submitted on Sep 25, 2012

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