This flowering crabapple has white blooms that appear in May which starkly contrasts against the glossy, dark, green foliage. Following flowering comes small, shiny, red fruit that persists through the winter. Hardy for northern landscapes. Its upright branching habit makes it a good space for smaller spaces. Fruit offers a winter interest and birds a food source.
Plant in full sun and water occasionally once it is established. Prune as needed in late winter.