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Robinson Crabapple
  • Robinson Crabapple
  • Robinson Crabapple
  • Growing Zones: 4-8
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    Mature Height: 15-20 ft.
    Mature Width: 15-25 ft.
    Sunlight: Full - Partial
    Botanical: Malus 'Robinson'
    Cannot Ship to: CA, AZ, ID, and OR
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Robinson Crabapple

    Robinson Crabapple
    • 4-5 ft.
    • 5-6 ft.
    • 6-7 ft.
    $99.98 to $159.98 $$119.99 (save 40%)
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    Vibrant, Multicolor Blooms that Last!

    The Robinson Crabapple gives you a new look each season. You get incredible color and fast growth from a low-maintenance tree.

    This tree is covered with blooms throughout the spring. The flowers burst early as dark pink, then brighten to light pink as the season progresses.

    It's an attractive, compact tree that easily fit into many landscapes. It matures to just 15-25 feet tall, so it looks great in tight spaces and small lots.

    The Robinson Crabapple tree has a colorful display in each season, so it is often favored by homeowners as a focal point or specimen tree.

    The leaves emerge as a purple shade and mature to a bronzy green. This color palette provides an incredible contrast to the reddish pink flowers that thickly cover the tree each spring.

    The flowers give way to purple-red fruits that attract birds in the late summer and fall. Fall brings a blaze of coppery orange to your tree. The fruits continue to cling to the branches so the birds will have a food source in the winter as well.

    This ever-changing beauty has a tough nature. It's hardy to -30 degrees, so it will even thrive up north. It has only moderate watering needs once established, and it's resistant to most common diseases and pests. It prefers full sun for the best blooms, but it tolerates a wide range of soil conditions.

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