B-10 Noga Crabapple
Over 30 years ago Joe Noga collected a wild Crabapple in a nearby field. He studied the way it grew and this seedling has beautiful pink buds opening to white flowers . It is commonly followed by small round red fruit that hang in clumps, which are usually persistent throughout the winter season and has short internodes. It is easy to grow and propagate and quite winter hardy. It even thrives in the intense heat of southern regions. After watching this select new Crabapple, I named it “Noga” and all cuttings from it are from the original Crabapple Joe Noga collected. Trunks have been wired and cutting grown in a 4” pot. Limited quantity available similar to the tree shown. Tree height 12”, width 7”.
Price includes Postage/packing/handling.
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1st picture depicts sample tree.
2nd picture depicts flowers
3rd picture depicts fruits