Malus baccata v. himalaica Himalayan Crabapple 10 seeds
Seeds of Malus baccata var. himalaica is an Asian species of apple known by the common names Siberian crab apple, Siberian crab, Manchurian crab apple and Chinese crab apple. It is native to much of northern Asia, but is also grown elsewhere as an ornamental tree and for rootstock. Trees grow up to 33?47 feet high. They have arching or overhanging red-brown branches and red-brown buds. Petioles are 0.8-2.0 inches long, with few glands. Leaves are elliptic or egg-shaped, Pedicels are slender and 0.5-1.6 inches long. They bear white fragrant flowers of 1.2-1.4 inches in diameter which groups by 4?6. Petals are white and egg-shaped, approximately 0.8-1.0 inches long. Fruits are red to yellow and spherical, only about 0.4 inches in diameter; they form dense clusters and resemble cherries from a distance. Flowering occurs in spring, with fruits appearing in September?October.