The Q&A Archives: Information about Malus 'Sugartyme.'

Question: I am looking online for information, and a picture, of Malus 'Sugartyme'.
I work for a large land planning and landscape architecture firm in Memphis, TN. We are considering using this plant in an upcoming design.

Georgette Etherton, Associate ASLA

Answer: I can provide a description, but not a photo. SugarTyme Crabapple (Malus ?Sugar Tyme?) Pale pink buds open to fragrant, showy white blossoms that cover the tree in spring. A bounty of small, persistent, bright red fruit are produced in the fall and attract birds. This vigorous tree has crisp, dark green leaves and an upright, oval habit. One of the most disease resistant flowering crabapples. 15? high, 18? wide at maturity; hardy to USDA zone 4.

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