|Grid reference||ST 17780 77128|
|Common name||Hupeh crab|
|Height||11M May 2016|
|Girth||220cm @ 1.1M June 2016|
This tree is 50M north of Fisher's Bridge by the west side of the path.
The diameter of the fruits in in early September 2016 was typically 12.5mm.
General tree description
Malus hupehensis can grow to as much as 12 metres, unusually tall for a crab apple tree, and has widely spreading branches. Its leaves are 5 to 10 cm long, dark green, oval and pointed. White-pink flowers in clusters open in April from pink buds. The fruits are decorative, cherry-like, ripening to red in September