Characteristics: This flowering, deciduous tree is well known for its profuse Spring bloom. It is highly adaptable to a wide range of soils and is easy to grow. Pruning is not required, however if the grower should choose to do so, best results are achieved when pruned in late Winter. Additionally, 'Candymint' generally has good disease resistance. This small tree makes an excellent lawn specimen, and is also effective in group plantings, in borders, as screens or along a fence.
Exposure: Full Sun/Part Shade
Size: Reaches 10' high x 12' wide
Shape: Wide-spreading, horizontal branching pattern
Foliage: emerges deep purple with maroon veins, mature to dark green
Fall Color: Golden/yellow foliage
Flower: Fragrant, showy, pale pink-white blossoms emerge in April
Fruit: Showy, edible deep-purple fruits persist into Winter
Wildlife: Attracts birds
Malus Sargentii (Crabapple) 'Candymint'
Delivery and plantings are currently available in Somerset, Morris, Hunterdon and Mercer counties.
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