Malus x sublobata at Bute Park

Malus x sublobata 1

Malus x sublobata
mid May 2016

Malus x sublobata 2

Malus x sublobata with orange fruit
late November 2016

Grid reference ST 17781 77115
Common name  
Origin Garden origin
Deciduous Yes
Status GB Champion 2013
Tag 2428
Height 10M January 2016
Girth 134cm December 2015
Reference 367

This tree is on the north side of the Apple group, beside the path and approximately 43M north west from the Fishers Bridge, the entrance near the College of Music and Drama.

Malus x sublobata bark

Malus x sublobata bark
December 2015

Malus x sublobata flower

Malus x sublobata flowers
mid May 2016

Malus x sublobata fruit

Malus x sublobata fruit
early August 2016

Malus x sublobata fruit2

Malus x sublobata fruit
early August 2016

Malus x sublobata fruit3

Malus x sublobata fruit
late November 2016

General tree description

Malus x sublobata is a small pyramidal tree. Its leaves are narrow-elliptic (4 to 8cm long), narrower than most apples and with occasional lobes on new growth. The flowers are 4cm across and pale pink, and they are followed by yellow-orange fruits.