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Bare Root Flowering Trees
When you see the blossoms on the flowering plum tree, you know spring has finally arrived! All the flowering trees on our list, with the exception of the Chitalpa, are spring bloomers.
The dwarf flowering Purple Pony is an excellent solution for small landscape areas. The tree is only ten to twelve feet tall. The pale, single pink blooms are followed by purplish foliage, adding interest from spring to fall.
Flowering plum trees are very low maintenance plants that need minimal pruning. They have few disease and insect problems except in the Pacific Northwest where leaf damage from insects and fungus can be a problem. They are not particular about soil, but cannot survive in boggy situations.
Transcendent Crabapple - Standard
An excellent, heavy bearing crabapple for preserves and jellies. Large fruit is up to 2" wide, yellow with pink or red blush, to almost entirely red. Creamy yellow flesh is crisp, juicy and tart. Medium sized tree produces consistent crops in most areas except the high desert and coastal areas of southern California. Ripens August to September. 500 hours or less. Self-fruitful. Available on Apple.
Yoshino Flowering Cherry
Early display of light pink to white, fragrant, single blossoms. Fast growth to 40 ft. x 30 ft. Rounded, open canopy with graceful, curving branches. LIght gray bark. Glossy, bright green foliage.
Prairie Fire Crabapple
Moderate growth to 20 ft. by 20 ft., with upright and eventually rounded shape. Crimson buds open to long lasting, single, pinkish red blossoms, followed by dark red, persistent fruit. New foliage is reddish maroon, aging to reddish green on red stems. Highly resistant to fireblight, scab, cedar apple rust and powdery mildew.