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Crab apples (Malus sylvestris) otherwise known as the European apple are a small variety of apple commonly used for the production of jam and wine. They have the reputation of being sour, and therefore do not tend to be eaten raw.

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Crab apple tres are popular ornamental trees, are used as pollinators, and their wood used to smoke food due to its pleasant scent when burned.

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