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Many fruit trees are grown as much for their ornamental attributes as for their fruit.

However, increasingly, numerous fruit-bearing trees are selected precisely for their ornamental features, which includes showy, sometimes double flowers, large and colorful fruits that persist well into winter, and fiery autumn foliage.

Crabapple – Red Barron

Pink and Tough The Red Barron Crabapple, Malus ‘Red Baron’, has a narrowly upright, columnar growth habit.  As its profuse red buds open in May, the tree is draped in striking clusters of fragrant red flowers along the branches! It has dark green foliage which emerges coppery bronze in spring; these pointy leaves turn an outstanding orange in the fall. The falling leaves reveal the glorious color of the fruit. Red Barron’s fruit are a deep, shiny red, giving this crabapple its name.They are the size of a cherry and ripen early to late fall, persisting through the winter.  Red Baron grows to 25′ with an equal spread. It  has a low canopy with a typical clearance of 2 feet from the ground, and is suitable for planting under power lines. This muti-seasonal tree should be grown in full sunlight for best color.  It is tolerant of wet soils, urban pollution and is rabbit and deer resistant. It is not particular as to soil type and will even thrive in inner city environments!  No tree creates a greater intrigue or visual impact during all four seasons than the flowering crabapple! *Profusion of Pink Blooms *Upright Growth *Wildlife and Pollution Tolerant  

Crabapple – Adams

Burgundy Extravaganza! Crabapple – Adams, Malus ‘Adams’, forms a dense, rounded outline with masses of pink-burgundy buds that open to large, dark pink-burgundy blossoms in early to mid spring, before the leaves appear. The color is stunning! It is a brilliant flaming burgundy flower extravagana. ‘Adams’ Crabapple is a good, strong tree with superior disease resistance.  The foliage has a reddish tint in spring, but is green all summer; turns golden yellow in late autumn. It produces an excellent set of 5/8” bright, glossy red fruit that persists all winter.  This crabapple grows to 20′ and does best in full sun and moist, well drained, slightly acidic soil. With its gorgeous spring flowering, ‘Adams’ is a great choice for the smaller home garden since it has a small in stature.   ‘Adams’ Crabapple will maintain a visual interest throughout the changing seasons with its pink spring flowers, wonderful colored foliage, yellow fall leaves, and bright red fruit! *Masses of Pink Flowers Early in Spring * Excellent Disease Resistance *Small Tree

Apricot – Tomcot

The Tomcot Apricot is a very consistent and productive apricot variety. The large, orange fruit is firm and the flesh is sweet. The Tomcat Apricot will be ready for harvest, 2-3 weeks before Wenatchee Moorpark and 4 days before Goldstrike and Goldbar. This fruit tree is partly self-fruitful but they will produce larger crops if cross-pollinated by another apricot. The fruit ripens in early July, 2.5 weeks before Wenatchee and 4 days before Goldstrike and Goldbar. The skin is a light-orange color and slightly glossy. A trace of blush develops on the side that is exposed to the sun. The pit is medium-large and free from the flesh.

Apple Tree – Mollies Delicious

The Mollies Delicious apple is a large to very large conical shaped fruit with yellow flesh and up to 50% red blushing skin and is rated one of the best delicious type apples on the market. Mollies Delicious fruit is sweet, flavorful and very aromatic and the firm flesh has a very memorable sweet-tart taste. They are good for fresh eating, pies, salads, chutney, jellies, jams, and sauces. Mollies Delicious is an early blooming variety. It will pollinate all other early blooming varieties and those with mid-season bloom time. This apple matures in mid-season and is very productive, vigorous tree which is a great pollinator. Suggested pollinators for Mollies Delicious are Fuji, Granny Smith and Beverly Hills. They can be refrigerated for up to 10 weeks This apple is highly recommended for southern locations, even as far south as the Houston, Texas area. *Large Conical Yellow Fruit with Red Blush *Great Pollinator *Long Storage  

Crabapple – Golden Raindrops

Delicate  and Hardy! Crabapple – Golden Raindrops, Malus ‘Golden Raindrops’, is finely textured and has a different appearance than many other crabapple trees. This attractive tree has deeply cut foliage that gives this unusual ‘Golden Raindrops’ a delicate appearance. Its elegant form is created with slender limbs spreading horizontally from upright branches. In the spring, white star-like flowers with bright yellow centers appear in profusion. ‘Golden Raindrops’ has a low canopy with a typical clearance of 3 feet from the ground. It thrives in full sun and prefers average to moist conditions, and shouldn’t be allowed to dry out. Under ideal conditions, this 20′ tree can be expected to live for 40 years or more! It is highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even thrive in inner city environments. The edible, persistent tiny yellow fruit is attractive to birds and good for winter interest. This flowering crabapple is extremely versatile in the landscape and great for privacy and as an accent. *Profusion of White Blossoms *Deeply Cut Foliage *Long Lived and Hardy

Apple Tree – Mutsu

Million Dollar Apple Tree The Mutsu, or Crispin, Apple is a cross between Golden Delicious and Indo apple, a cultivar first grown in Japan. It is a large to very large greenish yellow to yellow apple with a conical shape with a sweetly tart flavor. Once you taste a Mutsu apple, you’ll wonder if you’ve ever really tasted an apple before. The Mutsu apple tree provides its bounty in September, and what a bounty it is! Crisp and juicy with an alluring hint of tartness, the Mutsu apple has a unique exotic flare. Some say the flavor is closer to apple cider than simply an apple itself. Mutsu apples tend to be quite large; with a round shape and yellow coloration that has green tones. It has creamy white flesh and is delicious eaten right off the tree. It also is an excellent apple for baking, pies, sauces, salads and long term storage. The Mutsu tends to be a prolific producer so you’re sure to have plenty of apples to share. Your Mutsu apple tree will not only provide outstanding apples, but is also an attractive tree for the home landscape. Spring flowers will adorn your tree with their subtle pinks and whites, drawing pollinators to your yard. It can grow 10-20 feet, and its vibrant, green leaves will present a lush, healthy appearance in your yard all summer long. Among the various choices in apple trees, the Mutsu is certainly an excellent one. It’s easy to see why it’s called a “million dollar apple” and its large size has contributed to the nickname,oven buster-You don’t need many to make a pie.  Make sure trees you buy are measured from the ground up! While this may sound a bit sneaky, the sad truth is some nurseries try to make their trees seem taller by including the roots in the height.  Even worse, others will charge you for a large tree but then hack them down to save money on shipping. We sell our trees with the height measured from the base up.  When you buy a tree from Nature Hills Nursery, it will be the height you paid for after you plant it.  We take pride in delivering the highest quality plants with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage.  You can buy in confidence with our one year plant guarantee.  Our trees are always in high demand.  Order now before they sell out  *Large to Very Large Green-Golden Fruit  *Small Tree  *Prolific Producer    

Crabapple – Profusion

Small Tree Makes Big Splash Crabapple – Profusion, Malus ‘Profusion’, is known for its abundance of deep red buds. These buds then open to a profusion of purplish-red flowers that fade to a purple-pink. The new foliage of this unique colorful tree is purple and fades to a bronze-green; the fruit is colorful too! The fruit are small, maroon-red and persistent. Being one of the most popular crabapples, ‘Profusion’ has good disease resistance and is extremely hardy. ‘Profusion’ crabapple does well out in the country as well as in urban areas. This small trees grows to 15′-25′ and has a spread of 25′ in a graceful, somewhat rounded weeping shape. This lovely crabapple is unattractive to browsing deer and is adaptable to most soil types, making it easy to grow in any sunny location; plant it where you need a focal point all season long! *Deep Red Flowers That Fade to Dark Pink *Adaptable, Hardy, and Disease Resistant *Small Wide Tree

Adirondack Crabapple

White Flowers For Weeks! The Adirondack Crabapple, Malus ‘Adirondack’, is an ornamental crabapple which has carmine red buds for weeks before it explodes in white flowers. It would be an outstanding focal accent in your flower garden or shrub border. Crabapple trees are still one of the most popular ornamental trees used in the United States for a variety of reasons, and your Adirondack is unique among Crabapple trees. It will flower and fruit far longer than other crabapples and is highly disease resistant. You won’t have to worry about spraying it with costly chemicals and it doesn’t even require pruning. It’s also drought tolerant and adaptable to many soils. The Adirondack Crabapple can grow to 18 feet tall and has an upright branched, narrow manner. It has a classic vase shape, with the branches extending up into the sky. This makes it perfect for those tight spaces where you’d like a crabapple, but just don’t think you have the room. In the spring, your Crabapple will form dark red buds that gradually lighten and open into waxy-white, fragrant flowers with traces of red. You’ll love how the blooms seem to overwhelm the tree with color. The three inch, dark green leaves have a leathery texture and provide a dense, healthy appearance to your tree through the summer months, but you’ll especially love the ½ inch fruit your tree produces. The little balls of bright orange color are a delight to behold, and hang on into the winter months. The contrast of their brilliant color against the white snow is outstanding in any yard. The Adirondack Crabapple is a veritable gift to butterflies, birds and bees, and certainly a pleasure to experience in any landscape. *Red Buds Before White Flowers *Vase Shape *Insect and Disease Resistant

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