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Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by bpither, Apr 25, 2020.
I think so ...
That never has intense pink coloring, this is more like Malus floribunda. If you had included a habit photo it would have been possible to see if the tree had the characteristic habit for M. floribunda.
What's a habit photo, Ron
The "habit" of a plant is it's shape and response to environment, so a full shot of the plant to determine if it is upright, shrubby sprawling, etc.
I walked past the tree today and offer a "habit photo" as well as two others which may confirm the Japanese crabapple ID?
Almost certainly Malus floribunda. Compare with Malus floribunda Photo - Royalty Free Malus Stock Image CFG8936.jpg .