Perhaps my new favorite ornamental tree! This crab attains 15-20′ in height with a 12-15′ width. The tree has an upright spreading habit. It blooms a bright pink in spring, with burgundy foliage persisting through the season. The foliage changes to an amber orange red in fall. It’s fruit are 1/4″ in size and are persistent through the winter months. The foliage is a cut/serrated leaf that doesn’t resemble the same foliage as most other crabs. I like to use it as a replacement to Japanese Maples in situations where a more hardy and durable tree is warranted. It also offers great disease resistance, I just can’t say enough about this tree.