|Pacific Crab Apple|
(Aka Malus fusca)
A species of crabapple native to western North America from Alaska to California, where it grows in coniferous forests.
Flowers and leaves
1. For a complete and detailed description of this tree, click here.
2. The tree was valued by the first peoples for its tough, resilient wood, which was used for making implements, and for its bark, which was used in many medicines.
|Categories: flora trees|