Donald Wyman Crabapple

Donald Wyman Crabapple trees boast abundant white flower blooms in the spring.  The flowers of this tree make it look like it is covered with snow.  Flowers of this crabapple are made up of five white petals. The flowers are ruffled rounded. Filaments emerge from the center of the flowers. Attached to the tip of the filaments are anthers. These flowers make way for the bright red, cherry-like fruit to appear.  The fruit decorates the tree all summer long.

Foliage on Donald Wyman Crabapple is rounded and comes to a point. The foliage is smooth and glossy. This tree works well as a stand-alone tree or makes a dramatic display when planted in groups.  This tree will reach a height and width of approximately 15 feet when it is mature.  This variety of crabapple prefers full sun.  If you are looking for a reliable flowering tree that is resistant to most disease, then you should consider the Donald Wyman Crabapple.

Donald Wymann Crabapple White Flower

Donald Wyman Crabapple

Malus ‘Donald Wyman’

Plant Details

Flower Color- White flower

Foliage Color- Medium green during the summer and amber in the fall

Zone- 4-7

Height- 15-20 feet tall

Spread- 20-25 feet wide

Light- Full Sun

Details- Pink buds turn white as they emerge into flowers.  Donald Wyman Crabapple trees are disease, drought and salt tolerant.  The growth of the tree is rounded.  This tree is adaptable to most types of soil but prefers well-drained soils. Regular pruning will keep the plant in shape and reduce disease if done properly. When pruning it is essential to make sure that low hanging branches removed as well as cross branches.

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