Malus atrosanguinea x niedzwetzkyana (M. x purpurea)
A deciduous tree planted in hedgerows, parks and amenity areas, on roadsides and as a street tree. It rarely becomes naturalised, but such populations are known in S. England. Lowland.
This popular tree arose in cultivation in France around 1900. It was recorded from the wild by 1982 (W. Kent).
A hybrid of garden origin.
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