|Malus sieboldii is a
deciduous tree to small tree with gray-brown barks occurring in
sunny, somewhat damp locations like forest edges or wetlands in
mountainous regions. Leaves are of alternate phyllotaxis, blades
being 3-8cm long, 2-4cm wide, in the shape of a long-oblong or oval
long-oblong, many of those on long branches cleft in 3-5. Tips
pointed, bases circular or cuneate, and margins are biserrate or
finely serrate. Branch tips emerge umbels in which set 4-8 two- to
four-centimeter white flowers with five obovate-shaped petals with
round tips. Peduncles measure 2-3.5mm in length, with vellus hairs.
Bloom time: May-June.