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crabapple:

see appleapple,
any tree (and its fruit) of the genus Malus of the family Rosaceae (rose family). Apples were formerly considered species of the pear genus Pyrus, with which they share the characteristic pome fruit. The common apple (M.
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crabapple

[′krab‚ap·əl]
(botany)
Any of several trees of the genus Malus, order Rosales, cultivated for their small, edible pomes.
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Birds particularly relish the small, red fruits of Sargent crabapple, a relatively small tree that is also pest-resistant.
The nutritional content of the crabapples was analyzed by Eurofins Nutrition Analysis Center (Des Moines, IA, USA; % carbohydrates determined via CFR 21calculation, % lipids calculated via acid hydrolysis-AOAC 954.
We feel really shocked,' said Carole Davies, 44, who lives in Crabapple Close, where a third house is being searched.
Early pacesetter Sergio Garcia lets rip with his tee-shot at the 11th hole at the Capital City Club Crabapple course.
For example, the crabapple collection serves the unit well during its current focus on apple scab, a fungus that attacks the trees.
Alpharetta, GA (new cell site to improve coverage between the Crabapple and Birmingham sites along Hwy 372, Batesville Road and New Providence Road)
Most people (84%) didn't know or think they could pickle crabapples, but the newly released 37th edition of the Ball Blue Book has over 30 recipes for pickling alone, including Crabapple Pickles.
Thin-barked trees such as red maple, apple, flowering crabapple, cherry, pear and magnolias, to name a few, are at risk of developing vertical cracks on their main trunk.
Magistrates at Merthyr Tydfil were told 31-year-old Jason Anthony Hibberd, of Crabapple Close, Merthyr, did not want them in court to hear how he had started taking heroin while behind bars last year.
In 1982, after moving to this "City in a Forest," I was immediately enchanted by its spring--a blizzard of pink and white Japanese cherry, dogwood, and crabapple blossoms.
Try this technique with an apple, apricot, cherry, or plum tree (flowering crabapple is pictured here), or a shrub such as flowering quince or forsythia.
More than 100 people watched as a specialist police team arrived at the Crabapple Close property where uniformed officers had been keeping guard.