Oregon Crabapple - Malus fusca
The only native western crabapple, Oregon Crabapple ranges from Alaska to northwestern California. It is a small tree (up to 45 feet) with showy, fragrant white or pink flowers, as much as an inch across. The oval leaves as much as four inches in length and sometimes slightly lobed, with small hairs beneath. The rounded fruits are edible, yellow-green to red in color, and as with other crabapples are good for jams and jellies. Oregon Crabapple prefers moist forested lowland habitats. The bark of older trees is fissured, and the tough wood is also useful for small tools.