Thornhayes Tansy is a form of Malus transitoria, known as the cut-leaf crab-apple on account of the shape of its leaves.
The leaves turn a golden orange colour in the autumn, a particularly attractive trait of Malus transitoria.
The tree grows in an upright spreading form.
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