Malus ‘Evereste’ - Multi-stem tree

Position: Full sun. Will stand some exposure

Soil:  Any moist but well drained soil, acid or alkaline

Rate of growth: Around 20 cm per year

Height: 4-8m

Spread: 4-8m

Flowers: Masses of white blossom opening from red buds attractive to pollinators

Fruit: Profuse red-orange to yellow crab apples 2.5cm across in autumn. Edible

By choosing a multi-stemmed plant of superb Malus ‘Evereste’ we think you get the perfect garden feature: a glorious flowering crab apple, covered in spring in large, single, white flowers opening from contrasting red buds, which benefits from the added sculptural interest provided by its impressive form. The umbrella-like canopy presents the perfect opportunity for underplanting shade-loving perennials while in autumn, cascades of reddish orange-to-yellow fruits appear, lasting until after the leaves have fallen in a display of fiery tints before dropping. The fruit may attract garden birds and can be used to make jellies. This plant holds an Award of Garden Merit (AGM) from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) which is given only to the best garden plants.



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