Donald Wyman Flowering Crabapple
A spreading, rounded tree with glossy, clean foliage. The crimson to pink buds open to large, single white flowers. The small, bright red fruit persists into winter. It has good disease resistance. It prefers full sun and moist well-drained soils. Discovered as a seedling in Arnold Arboretum about 1950. It was named to honor Donald Wyman, Horticulturist there for 35 years.
- Common Name: Donald Wyman Flowering Crabapple
- Height: 20' tall
- Spread: 25' wide
- Type: Deciduous
- Zone: 4 - 8