The "pommetier"

During the month of May, in Quebec, Canada, the rough winter becomes a thing of a past when the buds of the crabapple tree blossom in magnificent flowers.

Vigorous, rustic and of small size, the "pommetier" adapts well to all city gardens.

In the spring, he’s covered with colourful buds, and then, flowers are nicely perfumed. Its blooming season creates a spectacular coloration, from pure white to purple, passing through shades of pink, lasting between 8 to 12 days.

During the summer, its shiny foliage lets appear those small crabapples, which then resists the fall and where the winter birds rejoice.

Back to the house and the wellness area.

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