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10 Crabapple Seeds - Seed World
10 Crabapple Seeds - Seed World
10 Crabapple Seeds - Seed World
10 Crabapple Seeds - Seed World
10 Crabapple Seeds - Seed World
10 Crabapple Seeds - Seed World
10 Crabapple Seeds - Seed World
10 Crabapple Seeds - Seed World
10 Crabapple Seeds - Seed World
10 Crabapple Seeds - Seed World

10 Crabapple Seeds

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Malus honanensis is a wild species in the genus Malus (mostly referred for the crabapple or wild apple), in the family Rosaceae, with no established common name, and used as rootstock for the domesticated apple. Origin Honan - China.

Shrubs or small trees, to 5–7 m tall. Branchlets are reddish-brown when old, terete, slender, pubescent when young, soon glabrescent, glabrous when old; buds reddish brown, ovoid; scales villous at the margin.

Stipules caducous, linear-lanceolate, ca. 6 mm, membranous, pubescent, margin entire, apex acuminate; petiole 1.5–2.5 cm, pubescent; leaf blade broadly ovate, narrowly elliptic, or ovate, 4–7 × 3.5–6 cm, both surfaces puberulous, adaxially soon glabrescent, base rounded, cordate, or truncate, margin doubly serrate.

IDEAL FOR BONSAI

Indoors: Sow all year long.
Seeds must be stratified in cold for a minimum of 5 weeks at 1°c (33°F). Germinated seeds start sowing immediately. If some seeds didn't germinate, continue stratification for the next 2 weeks. If still no germination, sow them anyway.

Spread the seeds softly onto the surface of the ground and cover with soil(layer must be as thick as seed).

Don’t forget about frequent spray (it’s better than water – doesn’t destroy germinating seeds).

Keep permanent moisture. For best results use rainy water.
The best soil for seeds is coconut coir (available in our shop. 100% organic, clear coconut coir)