Malus sargentii, occasionally called Sargent's apple or Sargent crabapple, is a shrub growing about 6 feet tall. Malus sargentii is native to Japan but is commonly used as an ornamental shrub elsewhere.
Sargent crabapple (Malus sargentii) is a highly ornamental tree that has much to offer residential landscapes, including those in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zone 8.
. The pink buds, fragrant, white flowers and bright red fruit provide a long season of interest. This little tree fits easily into small yards. If you prefer a slightly larger tree, grow the "Rosea" cultivar, which is taller and has larger flowers.
The "Tina" cultivar is the smallest of the Sargent crabapples, seldom growing taller than 6 feet.