Malus floribunda, common name Japanese flowering crabapple, originates from Japan and East Asia. It may be a hybrid of M. sieboldii with M. baccata, in which case it would be written as Malus × floribunda.Malus floribunda forms a round-headed, deciduous tree up to 12 m in height, with narrow leaves on arching branches. The flowers, appearing in spring, are white or pale pink, opening from crimson buds. The red or yellow fruit is about 1 cm in diameter, ripening in autumn. Planted in 1987.
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