Sargent crabapple is a naturally dwarf crabapple native to Japan. It is also one of the parent trees for many of the crabapple varieties available today. It develops a spreading crown that is broader than the tree’s height. Bright white, fragrant flowers cover the tree in the spring. Medium-green leaves turn bright yellow in the fall. Flowers develop into 1/4″ red fruits that are persistent and attractive to birds. Sargent crabapple has excellent tolerance for apple scab and cedar-apple rust.