PRAIRIE ROSE CRABAPPLE

Malus ioensis ‘Prairie Rose’

 

Prairie Rose Crab is noted for its double pink flowers. Flowers appear a little later than other crabs so its introduction in the landscape can extend spring bloom season. This crab produces very few fruit and sometimes none. 

 

 
 
FALL COLOR

SHAPE AT MATURITY

Height:  20′

Spread:  18′

Shape:  Rounded

Foliage:  Medium Green

Flower:  Double, deep pink, fragrant

Fruit:  Usually Fruitless

Zone:  4