Growing Flowering Crabapples: Learn About Louisa Crabapple Trees

By January 6, 2018Articles

Growing Flowering Crabapples: Learn About Louisa Crabapple Trees

By January 6, 2018Articles

Growing Flowering Crabapples: Learn About Louisa Crabapple Trees

By Mary Ellen Ellis Louisa crabapple trees (Malus “Louisa”) make excellent choices for a variety of gardens. Even as far as zone 4, you can enjoy this pretty weeping ornamental and watch lovely, soft pink flowers bloom every spring. Flowering Crabapples Ornamental trees have an important place in the garden. While they may not offer much shade or any edible fruit, they do provide visual interest, early spring color, and an anchor for a bed or a certain part of the garden. Crabapples are popular as ornamentals because they are easy to grow, provide pretty flowers, and are small and well-suited to urban and suburban yards. Among the flowering and ornamental crabapples, the “Louisa” is wonderful choice. It is a weeping variety, which means the branches droop downward, adding a new and interesting form to a garden. Like all crabapples, growing Louisa crabapples is pretty straightforward. They tolerate a range

Growing Flowering Crabapples: Learn About Louisa Crabapple Trees

By Mary Ellen Ellis Louisa crabapple trees (Malus “Louisa”) make excellent choices for a variety of gardens. Even as far as zone 4, you can enjoy this pretty weeping ornamental and watch lovely, soft pink flowers bloom every spring. Flowering Crabapples Ornamental trees have an important place in the garden. While they may not offer much shade or any edible fruit, they do provide visual interest, early spring color, and an anchor for a bed or a certain part of the garden. Crabapples are popular as ornamentals because they are easy to grow, provide pretty flowers, and are small and well-suited to urban and suburban yards. Among the flowering and ornamental crabapples, the “Louisa” is wonderful choice. It is a weeping variety, which means the branches droop downward, adding a new and interesting form to a garden. Like all crabapples, growing Louisa crabapples is pretty straightforward. They tolerate a range

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