[The Rose Family West of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington]

Crabapples and Apples West of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington

The Genus Malus

Western Crabapple, Oregon Crabapple: Malus fusca (Synonyms: Malus fusca var. fusca, Malus fusca var. levipes, Pyrus diversifolia, Pyrus fusca, Pyrus rivularis)

Western Crabapple, Oregon Crabapple: Malus fusca

Dawson's Crabapple: Malus xdawsoniana -

Domestic Apple, Cultivated Apple: Malus xdomestica (Synonyms: Malus communis, Malus pumila, Malus sylvestris, Pyrus malus) -

Japanese Flowering Crabapple: Malus floribunda -

Western Crabapple, Oregon Crabapple: Malus fusca (Synonyms: Malus fusca var. fusca, Malus fusca var. levipes, Pyrus diversifolia, Pyrus fusca, Pyrus rivularis) - Small tree or large shrub from 3-10 meters high. Usually has several stems arising from ground. Leaves ovate with rounded base and pointed tips. The margins is toothed and may have 1 or 2 lobes (reminiscent of the shape of a child's mitten). Leaves 2-10 cm long. Flowers white, in corymbs of 5-10 blooms.

Siebold Crabapple: Malus sieboldii -


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