Adirondack Crabapple
Genus: Malus Spread: 10'
Species: Adirondack Shape: Densely upright, an inverted cone
Cultivar: Foliage: Medium green
Zone: 4 Flower: White
Type: ??? Fruit: Bright red, 1/2"
Final Height: 18' Fall Color:

Adirondack is an important cultivar because of its form and outstanding flower display. It is a compact, dense tree with strongly upright form. It produces one of the heaviest flower displays of the crabs. A Don Egolf, U.S. National Arboretum introduction.

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