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flowering crabapples

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Espalier
... self-pollination. Another group of plants can never be pollinated by their own pollen. Apples, crabapples, many plums, blueberries, hazelnuts and some grapes are self-incompatible. This means that they ... of a genetically different, but closely related plant before fertilization of the seeds can occur. Flowering crabapples, for example, may be used in apple orchards where a single type of apple is ...
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Small Plants For Small Spaces
... . It is used as an accent planting or to provide a "hide-away" for children. FLOWERING CRABAPPLES are small, low-headed trees with white, red, or pink flowers. The fruit is sometimes ... has double pink flowers and red fruit. JUMPING POUND PINCHERRY (Prunus pennsylvanica) is a small flowering tree with a distinctive weeping form which tends not to sucker. White flowers in spring ...
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Ask Extension Database, NDSU Extension Service
... ... Trees and Shrubs Selecting Shade Trees Planting Trees and Shrubs Fertilizing Trees and Shrubs Keeping Flowering Crabapples Beautiful Seasonal Needle Drop on Evergreens Protecting Trees from Winter Injury Elm Wetwood Disease Dutch ...
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Ask Extension Database, NDSU Extension Service
... Flowering Crabapples Beautiful Date: April 1989 (Revised June 1996) Source: NDSU Extension Service Horticulturists In recent years homeowners have found the flowering crab an irresistible ornamental tree. Whatever the season, flowering ... , and winter branch pattern and bark color create year-round interest. However, flowering crabs often turn unsightly as spring fades into summer and foliage becomes ...
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Powdery Mildews on Ornamental Plants, HYG-3047-96
... may become extremely unsightly. On roses, uncontrolled powdery mildew will prevent normal flowering on highly susceptible cultivars. Hosts Powdery mildew fungi infect almost all ornamental ... plants include some deciduous azaleas, buckeye, catalpa, cherry, a few of the flowering crabapples, dogwood, English oaks, euonymus, honeysuckle, horse chestnut, lilac, privet, roses, serviceberry, silver maple ...
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UW-Madison Arboretum - Ecological Communities and Horticultural Collections
... in 1934. Today, the Gardens hold major displays of lilacs (one of the nations largest), flowering crabapples (one of the most up-to-date in the country), viburnums, conifers (including a very ...
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APSnet Education Center - Plant Disease Lessons - Apple scab
... -I-2000-1005-01 Updated, 2005. DISEASE: Apple scab PATHOGEN: Venturia inaequalis HOSTS: apples and flowering crabapples (Malus spp.), hawthorn (Crataegus spp.), mountain ash (Sorbus spp.), firethorn (Pyracantha spp.), and loquat (Eriobotrya ...
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Crabapples for Bonsai
... Crabapples for Bonsai Articles Home Page Images Email Order Form Plant Catalog Tool Catalog Crabapples for Bonsai by Brent Walston Introduction Flowering Crabapples, Malus species, and cultivars are one of the best flowering ... half an inch. It is a newer cultivar and very disease resistant. Father Fiala (Flowering Crabapples) proclaims it to be "An outstanding crabapple". I don't know if it will ...
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Trees of Reed: Crabapples
... Crabapples Crabapples / Apples Genus: Malus Family: Rosaceae A deciduous fruit tree, the Crabapple produces a ... They are grown as fruit trees and as ornamentals. Malus floribunda Japanese Flowering Crabapple A deciduous tree native to Japan, it has abundant red buds ... grows fast to 20 by 20 feet. One of the most common crabapples in Portland, the foliage and twigs are purplish. The flowers, single or ...
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Flowering Quince for Bonsai
... Bonsai Articles Home Page Images Email Order Form Plant Catalog Tool Catalog Flowering Quince for Bonsai by Brent Walston Introduction Flowering Quince, Chaenomeles spp, has been used by the Chinese for thousands ... although I see speciosa used often for the larger varieties. A similar situation exists for crabapples where the parent species are so cross bred that they are named simply Malus followed ...
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