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Common Apple

Malus pumila

Non-native

The common apple is a medium sized tree usually growing 15-30 meters tall. It is native to Eurasia but has been introduced to Ontario, occurring in scattered locations in southern Ontario and north to eastern Lake Superior. There are many different cultivars of the common apple thus making the taxonomy a bit confusing. It can be found along roadsides, in clearings and along forest edges. The small seeds contain toxic compounds that can prove fatal in large quantities.

Leaf

Alternate, simple, leaves are dark green above and hairy underneath with fine, sharp teeth.

Fruit/Seed

Large yellow or red apples

Bark

Brownish-gray with flaky plates that are lighter in colour.

Flower

White or pink flowers that open in Spring

186 Trees

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