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Crabapple 'Whitney Crab'


Small, sweet, edible crab apples. This tree produces a large harvest of red, golf ball-size apples that are perfect for canning, preserving, pickling, spicing and cider. Flesh is sweet, juicy and slightly yellow. Originates from Franklin Grove, Illinois circa 1869. Cold-hardy, heat-tolerant and scab-resistant. Ripens in late August or early September. Self-pollinating


Tree shape:

Upright oval.


Special features:  

Produces beautiful pink and white blossoms in spring.


Tree size* at 10 years:

18ft tall by 12ft wide  (Approx 6 x 4m)


*Please note tree sizes are given as an average only.  Variables to growth include, water availabilty, nutrition and site.

Crabapple 'Whitney Crab'

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