Malus Cheals Weeping Crap Apple A compact, deciduous tree with an attractive weeping habit, Malus Cheals Weeping or Weeping Crab Apple Tree is a fantastic choice of tree for smaller gardens. In the spring, the crown of this fruit tree is enveloped in young unfurling foliage in shades of copper, further complemented by the masses of blossoms that appear in April. Highly fragrant and vibrant pink, the decorative blossom is attractive to pollinators. The blossom is followed by crabapple fruit in the autumn, small, spherical and reddish-orange in colour. Similarly, the foliage turns to hues of vivid yellow, further enhancing the lovely crabapples. The fruits persist on the tree well into the winter, offering prolonged interest.
Height and Spread of Malus Cheals Weeping The expected maximum height of the Weeping Crab Apple Tree is up to 3 metres, with a spread of 2.5 metres.
How Hardy is Malus Cheals Weeping Fully hardy in the United Kingdom, this deciduous fruiting tree is generally frost resistant and undemanding.
How To Use Malus Cheals Weeping Compact but striking, this deciduous tree offers multiple seasons of interest. From its profuse and fragrant spring blossoms to its vivid autumn foliage and fruits that birds love to feast on, Weeping Crab Apple Tree can be used as a statement tree for a small garden, its weeping habit lending enhanced architectural value. Additionally, if you prefer plants that are good for wildlife in your garden, Malus Cheals Weeping certainly fits the bill: the blossoms attract bees and the crabapples that are on the three during autumn and winter offers sustenance to a variety of birds.
How To Care For Malus Cheals Weeping Easy to grow and to care for, Malus Cheals Weeping does not need much to thrive. It prefers fertile, well-drained soil and does best when grown in full sun.