|Grid reference||ST 18008 78377|
|Common name||Plum-leaved crab|
|Common name||Chinese apple|
|Height||7M August 2021|
This tree is at the south end of the Cemetery, beside a footpath. In late April 2021 its flowers were slightly fragrant.
General tree description
Malus prunifolia is a small tree, up to 10 metres tall, with a dense, upright shape and grey-brown bark, which is often fissured. Its leaves are oval, 6cm in length,unequally toothed and downy underneath. In April there are white fragrant flowers that emerge from rose-crimson buds. These are followed by 3cm yellow or reddish, conical or lemon-shaped fruits.