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Malus ioensis var texana, Texas Crab Apple, trunk
Malus ioensis var texana, Texas Crab Apple, bark examples
Malus ioensis var texana, Texas Crab Apple, apples
Malus ioensis var texana, Texas Crab Apple, summer fruits
Malus ioensis var texana, Texas Crab Apple, leaves
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The bark of Malus ioensis var. texana is
smooth and ashy brown.
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As Texas Crab Apple trees mature, the
bark at the trunk base may roughen.
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In the summer, small green crab apples
are clustered throughout the canopy of
the Texas Crab Apple.
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A variety of Prairie Crab Apple,
Texas Crab Apple, or Blanco Crab
Apple, is only found in Texas.
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Malus ioensis var. texana leaves are alternate
and yellowish green with prominent yellow
veins and toothed leaf margins (edges).
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