Siberian Crabapple


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An extremely winter hardy medium-sized tree that is densely branched and oval shaped. Edible fruits are good for baking and preserves. Produces snowy white blossoms. Highly valued for wildlife food and shelter!  Siberian crabapple (Malus baccata) is the preferred rootstock for grafting apple varieties in interior Alaska.

Landscaping: Prefers well drained, loam soils, plant in full sun. Tolerates drought conditions.

Size: 8-20″ bare root

USDA Zone 2

PDF: NRCS Plant Guide for Siberian Crabapple


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Scientific Name

Malus baccata