Candymint Crabapple Tree

Scented Blooms of the Candymint Tree
scented blooms of the candymint crabapple tree

 

In this post I share all about the Candymint Crabapple Tree that has been growing in my landscape since 2016.  Check out my latest video and images featuring why I personally recommend this tree.

Candymint Crabapple In Sprint Video

This just maybe my all time favorite tree… at last this week! (giggle)  We are fortunate to have many different ornamental and fruit trees that are blooming this time of year in our home garden.  I am excited to share with you this gorgeous tree in the video below.

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About the Candymint Crabapple Tree

The common name is ‘Sargent Crabapple’ and rated for hardiness zone 4-8.  The candymint crabapple tree reaches up to 10 feet tall and 15 feet wide and makes the perfect addition to any small garden.   Plant in full sun and the soil conditions do not have to be the best in fact it is recommended to plant in a well drained looming soil. The growth habit of this small tree adds interest to the landscape year-round.

What I love most about the small candymint crabapple tree (besides its name) is it’s shape.  This beauty also attracts many pollinators including bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

Early Dark Pink Buds on The Tree

The blooms on the candymint crabapple have a light floral scent.  Trim the branches to use in floral arrangements during the spring season.

More About Crabapples on My Website

Below you will find the latest post about candymint crabapples.  Each post contains my personal recommendations including video and images.

Tree Ready To Bloom

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Let’s Connect

After reading my details about this gorgeous tree are you interested in adding one to your home garden?  I would love to hear from you so be sure to reach out to me on my website by commenting on this post.  I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Happy Spring Gardening,

Bren Haas

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