Here is a brief summary. Lots more info on the buttons on the left.
|Common Flowering Crabapple (Malus sp.)||Mature height is 10 to 25’ with a spread of 10 to 25’. Annual growth rate is 12 to 18 inches||Zones 4A through 8A; Full sun, good air circulation, no particular soil preference; adapted to compacted urban soil and tolerates drought and poor drainage.|
|Blossoms can be red, pink, or white in early May|
|Japanese Flowering Crabapple (Malus floribunda)||Mature height is 15 to 25’ with a spread of 15 to 25’. Pink to deep red buds to white blossoms in August to October||Zones 4A through 7B; prefers full sun, tolerates most soils including clay; is not drought tolerant and does not do well in high pH.|
|Sargent Crabapple (Malus sargentii)||Mature height of 6 to 12’ with a spread of 8 to 15’. Pink to red buds with white blooms.||Zones 4A through 8A; Full sun, moist, well-drained acid soil including clay; not drought tolerant so not in sandy soil.|
|Siberian Crabapple (Malus baccata)||Mature height is 20 to 35’ with a spread of 15 to 25’. Pink buds to white blooms||Zones 2A through 7B; Full sun, moist, well-drained acid soil including clay; not drought tolerant so not in sandy soil.|