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Dolgo Crabapple Tree
Dolgo Crabapple tree



 
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The Dolgo crabapple tree is a valuable flowering tree that produces a cherry sized red fruit that is a favorite food of deer and many other wildlife animals and game birds.  The Dolgo crabapple tree begins flowering in early spring and pink buds open into dreamy fragrant blossoms of white bouquets.  The aromatic flowers are followed by the brightly radiant crabapple fruit clusters that remain on the tree for long periods, dropping periodically where the wildlife animals ravish their appetites with them.

Availability:: Pre-Order for Est Ship 12-11-17

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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dologo crabaple live and well June 24, 2017
Reviewer: Edward Yarchenko from Newalla, OK United States  
I potted these little guys in  3 gallon size potts with good rich loamy soil and they are doing well with good leaf growth I will keep them indoors this winter and plant them next spring....

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order recieved April 5, 2015
Reviewer: Shelly Prestel from Stilwell, OK United States  
I was very happy with my tree...it was as I ordered it...it arrived promptly and in very good shape

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crabapple March 3, 2015
Reviewer: MELVIN BOYETTE from Screven, GA United States  
The trees look healthy, planted the same day they arrived.

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