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TREES

Blanco Crabapple

Rosaceae Malus ioensis var. texana

A rare Hill County tree blooming in April. It rarely reaches over 12 feet in height.   In the fall, mature trees have small bitter tasting fruit, but it makes a great jelly.  In the winter, the stiff limbs give it a statuesque appearance.  Plant in full sun for maximum blooms and fruit.

 
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