The American Crabapple is a small tree growing 10' to 30' in height at maturity. When planted close together, the trees will form small thickets which are excellent for wildlife. The American Crabapple Trees have extremely fragrant white or pink blossoms which appear early spring through May. After flowering a sweet-sour apple forms that is less than 2" in size making it a wonder snack for wildlife. Many crabapple trees will hold their small fruits all winter, providing food for white-tail deer and birds such as pheasants, mockingbirds, white-throated sparrow, northern flickers and finches. Squirrels also enjoy the crabapple and will provide cleanup duty for those that fall on the ground.