The Malus trilobata crab apple, commonly called the Lebanese Wild Apple or the Trilobata Crab Apple, is a deciduous crab apple tree. Malus trilobata has maple like leaves that are deeply lobed, so it is distinct-looking from other crab apple varieties. In the autumn, the foliage turns a brilliant red and during the spring months, large white flowers cover the tree. Following flowering, the tree produces greenish fruit that often develops a red flush during the hot summer months. The fruit is a favourite food source for woodland creatures and birds. This is a rare but very showy tree.