Prairiefire Crabapple

Prairiefire crabapple trees produce bright neon pink colored blooms in the spring.  The blooms on this crabapple tree last for an extended period of time.  After the blooms fade, purplish colored leaves emerge.  As the leaves grow, they transition to a green color with a reddish tint.  This color remains all the way through the growing season until the fall when the leaves turn orange.  Prairiefire crabapple trees also produce small fruits.  The fruits are dark red in color and have a shiny finish on them.  The look like miniature cherries when they are fully developed.  The fruit remains on the tree all winter long adding color and interest.  This variety of crabapple tree is disease resistant and has no major problems.  Prairiefire crabapple trees can be planted in a variety of soil types.  This tree works well as a specimen tree or can add interest to your property when planted in a groupings.

Prairiefire Crabapple

Malus ‘Prairiefire’

Plant Details

Flower Color- Neon Pink

Foliage Color- The leaves turn from a purple to a green with a reddish tint.

Zone- 4-9

Height- 20 feet tall

Spread- 20 feet wide

Light- Full Sun

Details- This crabapple variety is a medium growing tree.  The tree is deer resistant and is hardy is most environmental conditions.

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  • Sargent Crabapple
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  • Tina Sargent Crabapple
  • Weeping Madonna® Crabapple

Additional information on Prairiefire Crabapple trees.