Leaf of the Domestic Apple


Domestic Apple leaves are small, ovate*, and scalloped* with evenly spaced, usually more rounded teeth* 1-4 inches (2-10 centimeters) long. The underside of the leaf tends to be a lighter color, usually gray or a fuzzy white.

Scan created on 10/23/02 by Chris Bersbach.

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