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Decorative apples

 

Choice of trees:

The choice of trees is not always easy. Choosing the right tree is very important in smaller gardens. It takes a while for the tree to reach its final size and then it becomes difficult to transplant it. Trees provide structure in the garden and, depending on the season, they provide added value through their flowering, autumn coloring and / or fruits.

A small garden has a limited space and that is why it is important when choosing a tree where that added value is available as much as possible.

In this article we propose 4 decorative apples that are perfect for a smaller garden. In the spring you have beautiful blossoms with white to white-pink flowers that are fragrant and in the autumn the small apples linger for a long time and form a nice contrast with the leaves. These varieties bloom from May to June and demand well-drained soil in full sun or light shade.

Species : 

Malus 'Golden Hornet'

  • 8 to 12 m
  • golden yellow decorative apples


Malus 'Red Sentinel'

  • 4 to 7 m
  • scarlet decorative apples


Malus 'Eleyi'

  • 4 to 6 m
  • scarlet decorative apples

 

Malus 'Perpetu'

  • 6 to 8 m
  • orange, redstriped apples


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