Siberian Crabapple has some of the most vibrant fruits of the whole Malus genus, the main identification features of this tree. Incredibly resilient and pretty, this Crabapple species would be a great addition to any garden.
The Siberian Crabapple, scientifically known as Malus baccata, is a small deciduous tree native to Siberia and other parts of Asia. It's hardy and well-adapted to cold climates and can tolerate a wide range of conditions. Siberian Crabapple trees can reach a height of 20 to 30 feet (6-9 meters) and feature attractive white or pink flowers in spring, followed by small and colorful fruits that persist into winter. These fruits are often enjoyed by birds and wildlife.