Siberian Crabapple

Malus baccata

Native to Asia, this crabapple is also grown in northeastern North America for its attractive flowers and edible fruits. Trees grow 10-14 m tall and yield dense clusters of small (1 cm diameter) red to yellow cherry-like fruits in September. Fruits can be eaten fresh or dried.
Habitat:
Planted in gardens, farms and arboreta.
Growth Habit:
It is a deciduous tree with a short trunk, rounded canopy and spreading or pendulous branches. The tree grows to 10–14 m (20–50 ft).
Bloom Time:
Flowers borne in mid-spring with fruits ripening in autumn.
Longevity:
Siberian Crabapple is susceptible to various diseases, affecting its longevity.
Presence in US:
CT IL KY MA ME MI MN MO NH NJ NY OH PA RI VA WA
Presence in Canada:
NB NL ON QC