|Grid reference||ST 17770 77048|
|Common name||Liset crab apple|
|Alternative name||Malus 'Liset'|
|Height||7M April 2017|
|Girth||57cm April 2017|
This tree is roughly in the middle of the Apple group, approximately 45 metres south west of Fisher's Bridge.
General tree description
Malus × moerlandsii 'Liset' is a cultivar of Dutch origin, thought to be a hybrid of Malus x purpurea and Malus toringo. It is a dense, rounded tree up to around 6 metres tall. It has dark green foliage and deep reddish-pink flowers that open from from red buds in late spring to early summer. These are followed in autumn by dark red, cherry-like fruits that remain on the tree into winter.