Crabapple, Red Splendor


Malus ‘Red Splendor’

Red splendor crabapple is a small tree with showy pink flowers, which turn into small crabapples. Leaves turn red in the fall. Like most varieties of apple, they benefit from pruning for good structure as they grow. Apples are not native to North America, but are widely cultivated.

Crabapples are often planted for landscaping, due to their size, attractive appearance, and adaptability. The flowers and fruit attract wildlife and pollinators.


  • Size: 12"-18"
  • # per Bundle: 25
  • Soil Type: Adaptable - sandy to clay
  • Sun: Full sun
  • Moisture: moderate
  • Height: 20'-30'
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
North St. Louis Soil and Water Conservation District

505 3rd St N, Ste A,
Virginia, MN 55792
Office Hours: 8:30 - 4 Monday-Friday and by appointment

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Wednesday, October 18th at 10:30 a.m.
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