April beauty gives way to overwhelming May

A snowdrift crabapple tree near Second and Pattee streets in downtown Perry glories in flower.

Two snowdrift crabapple trees on North Street are in full flower.

Snowdrift crabapple trees around Perry are displaying their annual gorgeousness with the spring, with delicate blooms the winds easily shake free.

The tree’s glossy, deep-green summer leaves will change to yellow in the fall, and the orange-red fruit will last through the winter, nourishing many birds.

The beauty, hardiness and compact size of the snowdrift crabapple makes it a versatile choice for many grounds and yards.


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