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Each of the Flowering Crab Apples listed has qualities which make it worthy of inclusion. Some are grown for leaf colour and some are grown for their striking or long lasting fruits remaining well into winter. Many compliment each other. AGM means this variety has been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit.

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Malus 'ADMIRATION' (aka 'Adirondack')

Slow growing for limited space. Masses of pink/white opening to white flowers followed by long lasting maturing to glowing pink fruits. Malus 'Admiration' 29th April. Right 19th August.

Malus 'BUTTERBALL'

Fruits similar to 'Golden Hornet'. Long lasting yellow fruits and healthy foliage. It deserves more recognition. A larger tree than 'Golden Hornet'. Image Malus 'Butterball' 17th October. AGM.

Malus 'COMTESSE DE PARIS'

Beautiful soft yellow elliptical crab apples persist to end of December. Dazzling white flower in May. Image left Malus 'Comtessa de Paris' 21st May. Right 19th October. AGM.

Malus 'DIRECTOR MOERLAND'

Large maple like leaf. Very pretty. Small shiney deep red fruits.  photo Malus 'Director Moerland' 7th May. Right 11th October.

Malus 'EVERESTE'

Beautiful compact tree with pink / white flowers and peach coloured fruits. Excellent. Image Malus 'Evereste' 9th May. Right 16th December. Right 11th October. AGM.

Malus 'FLORIBUNDA'

'Japanese Crab' . One of the earliest to flower with a beautiful show of pink and white. Small yellow fruits, ascending branches. Image Malus 'Floribunda' 4th May. Right 20th September. AGM.

Malus 'GOLDEN HORNET'

Large yellow fruits lasting into Winter. Plant with 'Red Sentinel' for winter effect. The most popular of the yellow crab apples. Image Malus 'Golden Hornet' 7th October

Malus 'GORGEOUS'

Long, deep green leaf. Bright red fruits a little like 'Red Sentinel' but larger. It is very resistant to scab. A very good choice. Image Malus 'Gorgeous' 16th October

Malus 'HARRY BAKER'

Dark pink flowers followed by ruby red fruits this new variety has good disease resistance. Image Malus 'Harry Baker' 21st April. Right 17th August.

Malus 'JOHN DOWNIE'

Bright orange and red fruits up to 1" across make this an all time favourite. The variety favoured for making crab apple jelly. Image Malus 'John Downie' 21st August

Malus 'LAURA'

A naturally extremely dwarfing variety. Pink and white flowers followed by red fruits in Autumn. Can be grown in pots. AGM. Image left  Malus 'Laura' 2nd May. Right 17th August. 

Malus 'MOLTEN LAVA'

Pink tinged white flowers. Small red fruits lasting into winter. Very compact weeping/spreading habit   Image Malus 'Molten Lava' 28th April. Right 11th October

Malus 'MONTREAL BEAUTY'

Much larger more rounded fruits than 'John Downie' with similar colouring. A more vigorous tree. Image left Malus 'Montreal Beauty' 21st April. Right 26th August.

Malus 'RED JADE'

A weeping tree. Masses of white flowers tumble to the ground. Red fruits hang in bunches. Trim into a lovely 'umbrella' shape. Image left Malus 'Red Jade' 4th May. Right 17th August

Malus 'RED SENTINEL'

Large clusters of deep red fruits lasting into winter. Image Malus 'Red Sentinel' 19th October. AGM.

Malus 'ROYAL BEAUTY'

A small weeping variety with coppery red young leaves. Deep pink flowers followed by small dark red fruits. Image Malus 'Royal Beauty' 21st April. Right 17th August.

Malus 'ROYALTY'

The deepest crimson red leaf of all. A naturally small tree with a neat, compact habit. When well grown a striking colour. Image Malus 'Royalty' 4th May. Right 20th September.

Malus 'RUDOLPH'

Another one of my favourites. Red/bronze leaves, large rose red flowers and orange/yellow fruits lasting into Autumn. Always popular. Image Malus 'Rudolph' 5th May. Right - 17th August.

Malus 'SCARLETT'

Vivid purple leaves turning to dark green in summer. Rich pink flowers. Disease resistant. A personal favourite. Image Malus 'Scarlett' 17th May. Right 20th Sept'

Malus 'SNOW CLOUD'

Narrow columnar grower with dark green foliage. Fantastic show of double white flowers in April. Yellow fruit in the Autumn.  Image Malus 'Snow Cloud' 21st April  

Malus 'SUN RIVAL'

Weeping. Disease free. Superb pink to white flowers. Small orange coloured fruit. A graceful, small weeping tree. Image Malus 'Sun Rival' 30th April . Right 11th October.

Malus 'TORINGOIDES'

Deeply cut dainty leaves. Later flowering in May. Clusters of bright white flowers. Red/yellow fruit ripening bright scarlet. Image Malus 'Toringoides' 21st May. Right 30th July.

Malus 'TSCHONOSKII'

The 'BONFIRE TREE', so named because of its striking autumnal tints. Has a downy grey leaf. Spring interest. Image Malus 'Tschonoskii' 2nd May

Malus 'VAN ESELTINE'

A small, columnar tree. Predominately pink, clouded white flowers in May precede red/yellow fruits. Beautiful flower. Image Malus 'Van Eseltine' 2nd May. Right 22nd September.

Malus 'WEDDING BOUQUET' (Brevipes)

Flowering in May. Pink buds opening to shell shaped white flowers then clusters of small red fruits lasting to December.   Image Malus 'Wedding Bouquet' 18th May. Right 6th Sept'. AGM.

 

The Sorbus' are sometimes underrated. All of the varieties listed offer appealing characteristics. They offer something of interest from early Spring when the buds start to show until the Autumn when their flame red and orange tints are displayed.

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Sorbus 'AUTUMN SPIRE'

A new variety. Compact habit with red and purple autumn colour. Bunches or yellow and orange berries. Image left Sorbus Autumn Spire 18th October.

Sorbus 'ARIA LUTESCENS'

Beautiful medium sized silver grey tree with large leaves. Striking as leaves unfurl in spring. Medium sized tree.

Sorbus 'ASPLENIFOLIA'

Aka 'Laciniata'. Has an elegant fern like effect and orange berries from September. Medium  sized tree. Image Sorbus Asplenifolia 12th October.

Sorbus 'CASHMIRIANA'

Small tree. White berries follow soft pink flowers. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus 'Cashmiriana' 26th August

Sorbus 'CHAMOIS GLOW'

Has orangey, yellow fruits and upright growth. Medium sized tree. Sorbus 'Chamois Glow' 21st August
Sorbus 'COMMIXTA' Orange fruits. One of the best for Autumn colour. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus Commixta 19th August.

Sorbus 'CHINESE LACE'

Delicate dissected leaf. Red fruits. Autumn colour. Small sized tree.

Sorbus 'DIRKENII'

Striking yellow pinnate leaf with red stalks. Compact tree. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus Dirkenii 4th September.

Sorbus 'DISCOLOR' or 'EMBLEY'

Orange red fruits. Good Autumn colour. Small. Image Sorbus Discolor or Embley 4th September.

Sorbus 'EASTERN PROMISE'

Rose pink fruits. Purple flame in Autumn. Medium sized tree.

Sorbus 'GIBBSII'

Very large bright red fruits with grey/green leaves. A compact tree. One of my personal favourites. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus 'Gibbsii' 1st September

Sorbus 'GOLDEN WONDER'

White flowers followed by yellow fruits. Small.

Sorbus 'HUPEHENSIS'

White fruit tipped pink persist into winter. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus hupehensis 12th October.

Sorbus 'JOSEPH ROCK'

Still the most popular choice. Excellent tree. Creamy yellow berries maturing to amber. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus 'Joseph Rock' 30th August

Sorbus 'LEONARD MESSEL'

Distinctive large leaves with multiple leaflets. Bright pink berries hang in clusters followed by superb autumn colour. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus 'Leonard Messel' 4th September.

Sorbus 'MAGNIFICA'

Dark green, elongated leaf. Worthwhile and unusual. Medium. Image Sorbus Magnifica taken 7th September.

Sorbus 'MITCHELLII'

Very large round, grey leaves. Outstanding variety. Medium. Also know as thibetica 'John Mitchell'.

Sorbus 'PEARLY KING'

Fern like leaf. 15mm fruits start rose, turn white with a pink flush. Hybrid of 'Vilmorinii'. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus 'Pearly King' 15th September

Sorbus 'PINK PAGODA'

Beautiful pink fruits lasting well. Hupehensis type. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus 'Pink Pagoda' 24th September.

Sorbus 'SARGENTIANA'

Connoisseur's choice. Crimson, sticky buds, large leaves and rich autumn colour make it unusual. Small sized tree.

Sorbus 'SCALARIS'

Very small tree. Many glossy green leaflets. Autumn colour. Fruits are small and red. Introduced 1904. Small sized tree.

Sorbus 'SUNSHINE'

Dense bunches of bright yellow fruits. A healthy tree. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus 'Sunshine' 1st September.

Sorbus 'VILMORINII'

A graceful and slender tree. Rose red fruits turning to pink then white, flushed rose. A personal favourite. Small sized tree. Image Sorbus 'Vilmorinii' 1st September