A superior crabapple, upright in form, ‘Adirondack‘ will reach18 feet tall and 10 feet wide at maturity. The leaves of this crabapple are medium green through summer and don’t offer much of a fall display.A introduction by the U.S. National Arboretum this notable variety is prized for its outstanding display of dark red buds that open to pink-edged white blossoms. This is perhaps one of the more profusely flowering varieties of crabapple. The fruit mature red to orange-red in color and are ½ inch in diameter, persistent into December.

As with most crabapples growth is best in full sun and adaptable to varying soil conditions as well are tolerance to drought. ‘Adirondack‘ is resistant to scab, cedar-apple rust, mildew and fireblight. Hardy to zones 4 to 8