Malus Evereste is one of the most popular crab-apple trees and a good choice if you want a medium-large flowering tree for the garden.
The plain white spring blossom is borne in great profusion - often in the first spring after planting.
The pretty small crab-apple fruitlets appear in the autumn and have an attractive flushed orange colour. They remain on the tree well into December, providing interest long after the leaves have fallen.
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Evereste produces lots of pollen over a long period, so is a popular choice as a pollinator of apple trees in small orchards, particularly apple varieties in flowering group 3.