More About 'Louisa'
- Upright, weeping, growth habit with outward, pendulous branches
- Red buds open to single, pink flowers before the leaves emerge
- Flowers are followed by small, yellow crabapples
- Leaves are green in the summer, turning yellow-orange in the fall
- Bloom Time: Spring
Louisa Crabapple Growing and Maintenance Tips
As a weeping cultivar, it will add unusual character to a landscape. Use as a specimen, in small groups or mixed with other cultivars. Crabapples have visual appeal in the spring with their abundance of showy flowers. Added appeal lies in the fall and winter with their colourful fruit that is attractive to birds.
Average to Dry Soils
Moist to Average