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Malus Profusion

Malus Profusion was named after Boskoop’s Director of the School of Horticulture, Carolus Philippus Moerlands in the early 20th century. He noted the species attractive leaves and disease resistant properties. 


The tree can grow up ti 30 feet tall and requires moist, nutrient rich soil to survive, which can only be artificially provided to nature today.


The global soil degradation crisis which began in the mid 20th-century would ultimately prove too much for Malus Profusion.


Endling Mortem, the now infamous last known wild Malus Profusion would die in 2078. Rare specimens now only found in research settings.

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