Another Mid-Late season bloomer that has white blooms, the Snowdrift Crabapple is more columnar than other crabapple trees when young which then spreads out at maturity. White clusters line the branches of this tree and the orange-red fruit persist through fall. The leaves are a glossy bright green that turns yellow in autumn. Particularly fragrant, these blooms attracted bees when other crabapples has passed bloom stage.
USDA Zone: 4-8
Mature Height: 12-15' (Semi-dwarf) G.935
Sun: Full Sun
Blooming Group: 3, Mid Season with single white blooms
Ripening Time: August- Smaller, yellow- dark orangish fruit
Pollination: Tree is self fertile