Crabapple Trees

Crabapple Trees Buyer's Guide

A crabapple tree makes a wonderful addition to any landscape, regardless of size, soil condition or weather. Our varieties are self-pollinating, which is ideal for growers with small gardens or growing spaces that don’t have room to plant a second variety for pollination. For those who have home orchards or larger growing areas, they can serve as excellent pollinators for your other apple varieties. Crabapple trees are also very hardy — they can adapt to many different kinds of soil and thrive in a wide range of regions and climates. The edible varieties are vigorous growers that will produce bushels of small, surprisingly flavorful crabapples that can be eaten fresh. You can also use crabapples for canning, pickling or making tasty jams and preserves.