This weeping tree is short in stature but big in beauty. Every year, it produces a crimson-red single blossom of such appeal, it will draw you in, practically asking you to delicately hold its beauty in your hand for a moment. When the blossom retreats, small glossy crabapples appear, providing food for the wildlife. New foliage first appears as bright red, before turning green, contrasting wonderfully against the purple-black branch stems. Deciduous, the weeping crabapple will grow to a maximum height of around 3m.
Suitable for: Specimen planting tree.
Features: Blossom crimson-red followed by small dark purple fruit.
Botanical Name: MALUS Echtermeyer