The Malus Pumila, Niedzwetzkyana, and Baccata - Magenta Crabapple tree grows with ascending reddish-brown branches and a symmetrical pyramidal or rounded crown, ‘Magenta’ is an attractive, compact tree, reaching heights of up to 30 feet. The leaves are red in the spring and retain a reddish hue for most of the year. Attractive pink flowers cover the tree in May. The fruit is a ½-inch diameter, dark-red pome that ripens in October.
‘Magenta’ can be grown wherever apples prove hardy. Its best adaptation is in the Midwestern and northeastern parts of the country. ‘Magenta’ grows well in most kinds of soil although its best performance has been recorded on loam soils.
Full sun to partial sun.
Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.
Native to North America
Pink / Purple flowers, non-fragrant
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