Apple angustifolia - tree view sort apple tree family Pink , native to the south-east of the United States. According to modern concepts, the name Malus angustifolia is synonymous with the actual name Malus coronaria
The tree is up to 10 meters high, sometimes deciduous , semi-deciduous  . Branches are brown, buds are slightly pubescent. The leaves are narrow, from lanceolate to oblong-ovate, up to 7.5 cm long, up to 3.5 cm wide, leathery, dark green in color, glabrous (young ones are slightly pubescent). The edge of the leaf blade is serrated-serrate, sometimes the leaves are slightly lobed or scalloped. The flowers are white or pink, fragrant, up to 2.5 cm in diameter, collected in few-flowered inflorescences. Pedicels glabrous or pubescent, up to 3.5 cm long . Hypanthium glabrous or slightly pubescent. Columns densely pubescent at the base. Flowering time is June. Fruits are greenish-yellow, spherical, sometimes slightly compressed from the sides, up to 2.5 cm in diameter. Sour in taste, very fragrant.