Crabapple – Royal Raindrops – #15

Crabapple – Royal Raindrops – #15 Container

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Meet the Royal Raindrops Crabapple (Botanical Name: Malus Royal Raindrops), a deciduous tree that adds a touch of regal elegance to your landscape. Flourishing in full sun and requiring regular watering, this crabapple thrives in well-draining soil and is perfect for gardens in Zones 4 to 8.

With a vase-shaped form, the Royal Raindrops Crabapple reaches a mature height of 15 to 20 feet and a width of 10 to 15 feet, creating a stunning focal point in your outdoor space. This self-pollinating tree showcases its beauty during the spring season, adorned with bright pinkish-red flowers that complement its deep purple cutleaf foliage.

The deeply lobed leaves and upright form, with good branching and density, are inherited from its Golden Raindrops parent, making it an exceptional addition to your garden. The nursery growth of the Royal Raindrops Crabapple is outstanding, and it displays good to excellent resistance to common diseases, ensuring a healthy and vibrant presence in your landscape.

Elevate your outdoor haven with the unique charm of the Royal Raindrops Crabapple. Whether planted as a standalone specimen or as part of a stunning ensemble, this regal crabapple variety promises to bring beauty and resilience to your garden for years to come.

Each plant comes in a #15 (15 gallon) growers pot. The plant shown is an example of what you will receive, all plants are individuals and we strive to pick out the best for you.

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Plant Specs:

Botanical Name: Malus Royal Raindrops
Light: full sun
Watering: water regularly
Soil: well draining soil
Zone: 4 – 8

Plant Shape: vase
Plant Type: deciduous tree
Mature Size: height (15' – 20'), width (10' – 15')
Blooming Season: spring
Pollinator?: self

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