Malus coronaria - a tree view sort of apple tree ( of Malus ) family Pink ( Rosaceae ), native to North America
A tree up to 10 meters high with a wide crown . Branches with spines, bark is reddish-brown, with longitudinal cracks, exfoliates in narrow plates. The buds are bright red with a dark border, ciliate along the edge. Leaves are ovoid, up to 10 cm long, sometimes shallowly lobed. Young leaves are pubescent, when blooming, they have a bronze-red color, later become naked, dark green on the upper side and paler below. Turn yellow in autumn. Petioles are thin, up to 5 cm long. Stipules are pointed, up to 1.3 cm long. Flowers of the Crown Apple The flowers are white or light pink, fragrant, 3-5 cm in diameter, with thin pedicels , collected in few-flowered (3-6 flowers) inflorescences. Hypanthium with white pubescence, hairy columns at the base. Fruits are round, yellow-green with a waxy coating, up to 3.5 cm in diameter. They are very fragrant, but have a tart and sour taste.