Malus ‘Rudolph’; . Malus ‘Rudolph’ from California-GS19012021-1 Malus ‘Rudolph’ Ornamental Crab apple ‘Rudolph’ Photographed from Fremont, California, 19-4-2019 . References: http://www.deepdale-trees.co.uk/trees/Malus-Rudolph.html https://www.vdberk.com/trees/malus-rudolph/ http://search.millcreeknursery.ca/Rudolph_Flowering_Crab/ https://www.mailordertrees.malus-rudolph-rudolph-crab-apple-tree
Malus Species for ID : New Jersey : 31AUG19 : AK-47 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6) Malus Species seen in New Jersey on 19th June,17. Cultivated plant seen in a garden.
Malus ‘Prairifire’ ?; Tree for ID : Atlanta, Georgia : 09NOV18 : AK-3 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4) Tree seen in Atlanta last month during my visit. A small tree with many fruits in bunches. Are these Crab Apples? Experts kindly help. Please look at Crataegus commonly known as Hawthorn. There […]
Small Tree For ID : Rosaceae : New Windsor,US : 28SEP17 : AK-24 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (9) A small tree seen in thick woods in New Windsor, New York in the last week of June. Some type of Malus; that’s the best I can do with the photos offered. There are too many possibilities.
Malus Species For ID : New Jersey,US : 26SEP17 : AK-16 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5) Malus Species seen in the first week of July. Fruits were smaller in size, approx the size of a lime.
Rosaceae Fortnight : Malus Species : Tiny Apples : Kashmir : 08SEP15 : AK-16 : 16/18 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2) Very tiny Apples seen on the Gulmarg road on 11/9/11. They were inside a home garden, couldn’t go closer.
Rosaceae Week: Malus ‘Mary Potter’ from SFO, California: 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 […]
Rosaceae Fortnight Malus “Red Jade”-PC-11-02.09.2015 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2) Malus “Red Jade” from Botanical Garden, Warsaw.