All of my trees are ornamental varieties, meaning that they are generally smaller, with cherry sized fruits that survive throughout the hard winter months (sometimes until January). All of the trees are also on dwarfing root stocks meaning that their overall height is less than that of a typically rooted crab apple. For more information see The Trees page.
Being ornamental varieties, Mistletoe Trees are more attractive, more appealing for occasional gifts and also suit most places. They are not too big for a small garden in a city, or too small for a more extensive rural garden. They can even be grown on in large pots if desired.