A small, conical form bearing a profusion of large, white flowers, from red buds, in late spring followed by an abundance of fruit. To: 7.0 x 6.0m
Malus 'Nuvar Marble'
Another small variety bearing very high yields of quite large fruit of good flavour ideal for making 'jelly'. Single, white flowers in spring. To 5.0 x4.0m
Malus 'Rosehip'Another small, upright form bearing huge yields of largish fruit with high pectin levels so excellent for making 'jelly' Clusters of white flowers in spring. To: 5.0 x 4.0m
Malus brevipes 'Wedding Bouquet'
Another small form the glossy, marble-like red fruit persisting from early autumn often to beyond Christmas. Profusion of snow-white flowers in late spring. Long, tapering, glossy green leaves. To: 8.0 7.0m.
A wild species from Japan forming a graceful, spreading tree with arching tips. Covered in pale blush-pink blooms in late spring. To 6.0 x 6.0m+
Malus hupehensisVigorous, spreading tree from China & Japan. A profusion of fragrant, white flowers from pink buds in spring followed by an abundance of smallish, rich red fruit. To: 12 x 12m.
Malus princeton 'Cardinal'Smallish tree laden with bright red, single flowers in early spring which look stunning against the rich purple foliage.
Elegant, spreading tree from NW China. Covered in clusters of small, white flowers from pink buds in late spring followed by pea-like yellow fruit. Attractive 3 lobed, maple-like leaves. To: 8 x 10m.