Crabapples

Cooking with crabapples is a lost art. Our great grandparents always had at least one, often more, crabapple trees in the orchard for pickles, jelly and spicing up sauce or cider. Several of our crabs are highly decorative: large showy white or pink flowers with many highly colored fruits clustered on the branches. Generally decorative crabs (Dolgo Prairie Fire, Red Vein) have dwarf growth habits making them easy to fit into the garden landscape.



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DOLGO South Dakota 1897

DOLGO South Dakota 1897

Incredibly handsome small tree, first covered with pure white...
$34.95

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HEWES VIRGINIA CRAB

HEWES VIRGINIA CRAB

Red skin dotted with white specks. Translucent, yellow flesh...
$34.95

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RED-VEIN

RED-VEIN

Large, oblong conic fruit with deep cranberry skin. Dark red...
$34.95

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SIBERIAN CRAB France around 1800

SIBERIAN CRAB France around 1800

This large, crimson, long stemmed crab is superb for pickles...
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TRANSCENDENT CRAB

TRANSCENDENT CRAB

A variety of Siberian crab, these red cheeked , yellow crabs...
$34.95

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WHITNEY CRAB Illinois 1869

WHITNEY CRAB Illinois 1869

A large crabapple with yellow skin overlaid with red blush red...
$34.95

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