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Parkman

Other names: Malus halliana Parkmanii

Identification: Fruits are extremely small and purple over green.

Uses: Flowers grow in tight, heavy bunches

Origins: Grown extensively in Japan as an ornamental variety since the late 1800s.

Cultivation: Weak vigor, Grows to less than eight feet. Produces flowers annually. Not very hardy.

Progeny: Dorothea

Status: ornamental

Flowers: Double, pink to deep pink, medium size

Fruit: Reddish brown. Very small.


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