Malus Golden Hornet


A popular Crabapple, Malus Golden Hornet is a vigorous, medium-sized, deciduous tree, which is grown for its attractive blossom and heavy crops of edible, golden fruit. The flowers open white, flushed pink, in April and May. Heavy crops of small, yellow fruit can be used for making apple jelly or left on the tree over winter, for the birds to eat from the tree. The tree is self-fertile and is an excellent pollinator for apple trees.

Site: Semi-sheltered
Soil: Any moderately fertile, doesn’t like wet soil.
Position: Full sun or partial shade
Season of Interest: Spring, autumn, early winter
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Height: 30ft (9m)  Spread: 25ft (8m)

Pot size: 10 lt

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