Malus sieboldii (Malus toringo) - Toringo Crabapple

  • A very rare species, also known as Malus toringo, native to the mountains and hills of Japan. Malus sieboldii is an unusual but attractive garden tree, reaching a height of only 3-4m, a great choice for those with a smaller garden.

  • The green leaves are bright, variable in shape and often toothed. In the autumn, the leaves turn a vibrant red or orange which creates a stunning autumnal display and makes a great centre piece to your garden.

  • During spring, masses of fragrant, pink flowers are in bloom and when open slowly fade to white. By the end of the Summer, clusters of attractive, pea-sized pale red or yellow fruits are found hanging from the branches.

  • It performs best in full sun or partial shade and in a well-drained/fertile soil, but it is also happy on the patio as a pot plant or bonsai specimen.

  • Excellent quality, 10-15cm tall plant in an 8cm square pot.


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