Ruby Crabapple

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Malus Wychwood Ruby Crabapple

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  • Classic variety of Crabapple for timeless charm
  • Compact variety, suits smaller gardens
  • Fragrant, delicate pink flowers in Spring
  • Attractive dark red fruit into mid-winter
  • Ruby-red fresh growth and Autumn foliage tones
  • Striking avenue or group planting
  • Mature plants grow to 4 meters



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The Ruby Crabapple, also known as Malus Wychwood Ruby Crabapple, is a small yet captivating ornamental tree that seamlessly fits into any landscape. In Spring, the tree bursts with fragrant pink flowers, setting the stage for a picturesque display. As the seasons progress, the naturally weeping branches add character and texture to your outdoor space. Not to be outdone, the tree’s striking red fruit and burgundy-tinted leaves. This is a compact variety of Crabapple, making it ideal for suburban garden design.


Product Specifications – Ruby Crabapple

  • Botanical Name: Malus Wychwood Ruby Crabapple
  • Uses: Feature/specimen tree, shade tree
  • Form: Upright, compact with ascending branches
  • Mature Height: 4 meters
  • Mature Width: 3 meters
  • Position: Requires Full Sun
  • Soil Type: Well-draining
  • Growth Rate: Slow – Medium
  • Foliage: Deciduous
  • Flowering Period: Spring, pink – red toned budding flowers
  • Maintenace Level: Low – Medium
  • Planter Suitability: Moderate, ample room for growth required


Commonly Asked Questions

When do Ruby Crabapples flower?

Crabapple flowers appear in late Spring. Clusters of double ruby pink-hued flowers create a showstopping specimen tree.


Is the fruit from a Crabapple edible?

Crabapple fruit is edible, although it is more sour than a regular apple. We do not recommend eating the core or the seeds of the fruit.


When should I prune my Crabapple?

An ideal time for pruning your crabapple would be late winter or early spring, before the new spring buds appear. This will allow for optimal fresh new spring growth.