|Grid reference||ST 17798 77056|
|Common name||Siebold's crab|
|Common name||Toringo crabapple|
|Alternative name||Malus sieboldii|
|Height||8.5M October 2016|
|Girth||104cm October 2016|
This tree is on the east side of the Apple group, by the canal and close to the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. It is approximately 20M from the Fishers Bridge. A number of fruits were measured and they were between 4mm & 5mm diameter.
General tree description
Malus toringo is a small tree, usually 3 to 5 metres tall, with a low, semi-weeping shape. Its leaves may be simple or irregularly lobed. They are bright green, turning yellow in autumn. The flowers are deep pink in bud and fade to white-pink. The fuits are tiny (about 5mm across) and yellow or brownish red.