hard working thinking man really does it for me!!
Looking West from the back deck!!
Look at the difference in our view, now!! I am sure that
will offer loads of privacy!
Tomorrow, the crabapples will come!!
One of these:
Malus ‘Indian Magic’
Indian Magic Crabapple
Zone 4–7. 15–20' H × slightly wider. Open irregular branching habit of great interest in winter; red buds open to showy deep pink, 1 1/2' diameter flowers; heavy production of small glossy red fruit changing to a standout orange and persistent until spring; good resistance to scab and rust; bloom is most spectacular of any crabapple we have seen, very noticeable from a distance; ranked on Father Fiala’s most favorite list of 24 crabapples.
Hey, if it's good enough for Father Fiala, it's good enough for me!!
|Name:||Purple Prince Crabapple|
|Foliage:||Purple, becoming bronze green|
Cedar-Apple Rust: Excellent