Malus sargentii

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Pyrus Sargentii, Bean (Malus Sargentii, Rehd.). A low bush, much branched, the branches rigid and often spinescent: lvs. ovate to elliptic-oblong or ovate- oblong, about 2-3 in. long, sharply and unequally serrate, slender-petioled, those on the vigorous branches mostly ovate and 3-lobed: fls. pure white, 1 in. across, in 5- or 6-fld. clusters, on glabrous pedicels about 1 in. long; calyx-tube and lobes glabrous outside and villous inside, the lobes ovate-lanceolate and acuminate; petals about twice as long as calyx-lobes, oval, short-clawed, glabrous; stamens 15-20; styles usually 4 (rarely 3 or 5), connate and villous below the middle: fr. subglobose, 1/2in. or less diam., dark red with a slight bloom. Japan. S.T.S. 1:37. G.C. III. 57:291 (as P. Malus Sargentii); 58:309 (fr.). G.M. 58:278.

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