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Malus 'Prairifire'

Prairie Fire Crabapple

Regular price$39.98

  • We currently have 0 in stock.
  • Inventory on the way
  • Delivery ONLY to Metro Atlanta & Athens within 5-7 business days
  • Pickup Available from our Design Studio in Chamblee (Fri 3p-7p)
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Planning to install this tree yourself? We recommend a size 15 Gallon or smaller for do it yourself installations. These small sizes do not require any offloading equipment!
Trees that are sized by height or caliper are delivered with a large root ball wrapped in burlap. They require heavy equipment to install. We recommend working with a contractor for installation! They can also provide the equipment necessary for offloading the tree upon delivery. We will coordinate delivery with you so that your contractor has equipment ready upon your trees arrival! OR check the box below for ServeScape to provide offloading equipment for an additional fee.

Prairie Fire Crab Apple is a beautiful rounded deciduous tree with heavy blooms of pinkish-red buds that open to deep pink-red flowers in spring.  New foliage emerges red and matures to dark green before turning orange for fall.  The flowers are followed by masses of berry sized purplish-red crab apples which mature in the fall.  Prairie Fire is extremely disease resistant.




15' - 20’


15' - 20'



USDA Hardiness Zone: 

4 - 8


Full Sun

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MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Medium Maintenance. Regular water in first year, planted in well draining soil, fertilize yearly.  Watch for scab, fire blight, rusts, leaf spot and powdery mildew. Potential pests include tent caterpillars, aphids, Japanese beetles, borers and scale. Spider mites may occur.

LANDSCAPE USES:  Accents or Group Plantings, BordersWildlife GardensShade Tree, Edible Garden, and Container.

COMPANION PLANTS: Gibraltar AzaleaOakleaf Hydrangea, Gardenia Radicans

IMAGESHardyplants at English WikipediaCrab apple flowers, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons, (2) Photo by David J. Stang, Malus Prairie Fire 0zzCC BY-SA 4.0, (3) Photo by David J. Stang, Malus x Prairie Fire 0zzCC BY-SA 4.0, (4) Photo by rochelle hartman, Blooming crabapple

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