Garden Plant: Donald Wyman Crabapple
Product Description: Donald Wyman Crabapple
Stunning Wisual Impact All 4 Seasons! The Donald Wyman Crabapple, Malus ‘ Donald Wyman’, makes a spectacular addition to the home landscape when planted in mass or as a specimen.
In the spring the buds begin as an almost crimson red, turn a light pink, and as they open they fade to pure white.
When in full bloom, Donald Wyman crabapple puts on a fairy tale-like show with its profusion of lovely white flowers, displaying a “snowstorm ” effect as the petals drop to the ground! The flowers give way to bright red glossy fruit that persists through the winter; falling leaves reveal the glorious color of the fruit.
Donald Wyman Crabapple has wonderful, medium green foliage that turns an amber color in the fall.
Having a rounded growth habit, this 20′ tree grows best in slightly moist, well drained, and slightly acidic soil; full sun produces the best flowering.
Once established, Donald Wyman becomes drought tolerant and somewhat tolerant of salt spray; attracts birds, and is also disease tolerant.
No tree creates a greater intrigue or visual impact during all four seasons than the flowering crabapple!
* Pink Buds Lead to White Flowers
* Drought, Disease, and Salt Tolerant
* Persistent Fruit Attracts Wildlife