Dolgo Crabapple

Malus Dolgo

Family :
Rosaceae
Origin :
Horticultural
Hardiness :
2
Exposition :
Full sun
Height at maturity :
6 m
Spread at maturity :
5 m
Crown shape :
Rounded and large shape. Branches a little bit ascending.
Roots :
Superficial
Fertility :
Partially self-fertile: Better yield if planted with another variety of apple tree nearby.
Spacing requirement from power lines :
None
Growth rate :
High
Tolerance to road salt :
Medium
Tolerance to pollution :
Medium
Common problems (disease, fungus, insects) :
Variety known to be resistant to disease; Put a rodent guard at autumn;
Special comments :
Really rustic tree. In spring, eliminate suckers and rejections (the stems and leaves that develop on the trunk) favoured is production and conserved his ornemental aspect.

LEAVES

Thick, green and bright foliage.

 

FLOWERS

White and flagrant flowers. Generous blossoming, usually in alternate years.

FRUITS

Edible bright red crabapples, in August.
To eat when ready or in jelly (high pectin content).

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