What is Hall crabapple
Hall crabapple, scientific name:Malus halliana , is a hardy deciduous tree of the genus Malus, Department of Rosaceae native to China. It is drooping down to the flowers in spring, extends from the stalk to long floral peach flowers bloom, an Apple fellow. Consists of small red fruits like Apple, after the flower, it can be eaten.
Common name: Hall crabapple, scientific name:Malus halliana, aka:Hanakaidoh, Hall's crabapple, Hall crabapple, origin: China, Habitat: Hokkaido-Kyushu, living type: deciduous, height 5-8 m, unifoliate leaf arrangement: egg-shaped, alternate, leaf, leaf blade length: 3-8 cm, leaf margin: just serrated, ninomiya, inflorescences form: umbel, Flowering: April to May, flower color: pink, white, flower diameter: 3.5-5 cm the flowers of: short branches to 5-6 vertical flowers and peduncle length: 3-6 cm, petals: 5-10 sheets, peduncle length: 3 to 6 cm, fruiting period: September to October, fruit diameter: 1 cm, fruit color, red, fruit shape: obovate.