Crab Apple Trees

Crab Apple Trees

Gloria Phillipsburg added on June 27, 2017 | Answered

Do I have to plant 2 crab apples and if so how far apart can they be.

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Answered on June 29, 2017

Crabapples, however, are bred for their flowers. Some varieties are sterile and do not set fruit no matter what pollen is available, but the Adams crabapple is self-fertile. Adams crabapple flowers set fruit when they are pollinated by other flowers of the same tree.
Plant the Adams crabapple in full sun in well-drained, acidic loam soil, either as a specimen or in small groups.

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