Malus transitoria Appletini® ('Gulliver'PBR) EU 62374



Malus Appletini is fruit tree with an abundant bloom in the spring and a rich fruit set in the autumn. The mini apples become no bigger than a ping pong ball but taste great! Appletini is unique as there are no other crabapples that have a great taste like this. The Appletini flowers are pink and the fruit colours from magenta to bright red. Appletini becomes about 3 m tall and 1.5 m wide, likes a spot in full sun and can be planted in all soil types. Malus Appletini is self-pollinating so can be used as a solitary on balcony or terrace or in a city garden. Hardy to -30 °C.

Key Points

  1. Abundant flowering in spring
  2. Lots of fruit in autumn
  3. Little, edible, bright red apples
  4. Self-pollinating
  5. Dark green foliage

Breeder: Pépinières JP Hennebelle EARL

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