Crabapple trees are gorgeous. They are well known for their deep green foliage and colorful, fragrant flowers in spring. However, there are a lot of different varieties of crabapple trees to choose from. Some might be right for your situation, while others may not. If you’ve been wanting a crabapple tree in your yard but need a little guidance, here’s a list of some of the most common varieties so you can choose the right kind for you, and you can purchase yours at Garden Hills Nursery.
1. Adams Crabapple
The Adams variety produces 1/2 to 3/4 inch fruit that stay on the tree until winter sets in. The fruit will attract birds, and the tree has a good ability to resist common diseases. The Adams variety is suitable for zones 4 to 8, and grows 15 to 20 feet both tall and wide.