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Wet Soil: Medium

Dry Soil: High

Lime: Medium

A rare variety of Malus originating from Japan, this tree showcases a captivating colour reminiscent of the Malus tschonoskii but boast a broader, more pyramid-shaped crown.

In late spring, it unfurls creamy-white flowers with delicate hints of pink on their petals. These blossoms, arranged in dense clusters of about 20 along the branches, probe irresistible to bees, aiding in the pollination of neighbouring Malus trees. While small, they exude an understated elegance against the backdrop of vibrant green foliage.

During the summer, its leaves present a robust matte green hue, featuring 5-7 shallow lobes and a heart-shaped base. As autumn approaches, it undergoes a spectacular transformation turning to rich oranges, coppery bronzes and vivid reds. Notable, the yunnanensis exhibits a remarkable resilience to scab and mildew, ensuring a stunning autumnal showcase irrespective of its environment.

Adding to its allure, the tree produces radiant red fruits, providing additional interest well into the winter months.

Perfectly suited for expansive public areas and broad open streets, this tree promises to enhance any open urban landscape with its beauty.

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7m high x 3m wide after 25 years


A great tree for public open spaces and broad open streets.


Erect upright branches develop into a wider pyramidal canopy.


Leaves unfold with a lovely heart shape at its base. A matt green during the summer and copper orange, crimson and deep purple plum in autumn.


Creamy-white flowers with delicate hints of pink on petals.


Red fruits that last well into winter months


Adaptable to all well drained soils, including clay, loam and sand. Once established it is drought tolerant and will succeed in a range of pH levels.


Blossoms prove irresistible to bees, aiding in the pollination of neighbouring Malus tree

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