Wild NCC

Crab Apple

(Malus sylvestris)

Crab apples can be identified by their clustered, five-pedaled blossoms with 15 to 20 yellow stamens in the center. Most of these trees are between 15 to 25 feet. Crabapple fruit can be found as green, red, orange, or pink. Crabapples have earned the name “jewels of the landscapeā€ because of how many different colors it can turn during all four seasons.