Golden Glory is a late-flowering crab-apple featuring large white single flowers.
In autumn the tree produces small golden russet-covered fruitlets.
The leaves are relatively large by crab-apple standards, and unusually for a crab-apple, turn orange-red in the autumn.
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Golden Glory is a good example of the Yunnan crab apple species, Malus yunnanensis. It is characterised by its large leaves. It was developed by Lawrence Banks of Hergest Croft Gardens in Herefordshire.
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