Common name: Harry Potter Crabapple

A low-growing crabapple, broad-spreading, densely-branched, deciduous tree up to 4 m tall and 6 m broad; ovales ovate, sometimes lobed, dark green; buds reddish-pink buds open to form fragrant white flowers 2.5 cm across; fruits 1.2 cm, red maturing in autumn. The fruits are persistent and attractive to birds.

Photographed from SFO Botanical Garden, California


Here is how fictional character influence you, Mary (correct in subject line) became Harry in the text. It is Malus ‘Mary Potter’ http://www.mobot.org/gardeninghelp/plantfinder/plant.asp?code=E130


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Malus ‘Harry Potter’

Common name: Harry Potter Crabapple

A low-growing crabapple, broad-spreading, densely-branched, deciduous tree up to 4 m tall and 6 m broad; ovales ovate, sometimes lobed, dark green; buds reddish-pink buds open to form fragrant white flowers 2.5 cm across; fruits 1.2 cm, red maturing in autumn. The fruits are persistent and attractive to birds.

Photographed from SFO Botanical Garden, California


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