The Nedzwiecki apple tree is native to Asia. Among the various representatives of the culture, it stands out for its exceptional decorativeness and is the original form of most red-leaved (purple) apple hybrids The tree is fast-growing, medium-sized. In adulthood, it reaches a height of 7-10 meters (there are wild specimens up to 18 m). The natural shape of the crown is wide-spreading, rounded, in the form of a ball, with a diameter of more than 4 m. The leaves are leathery, obovate, with a narrow tip, about 8 cm long and up to 4 cm wide, covered with felt-hairy pubescence on both sides. During the flowering period, the leaves turn green, only the lower part remains purple. Fully unfolded leaf plates are dark green with a reddish tinge or purple-red, with dark purple petioles. The flowers are medium-sized (about 4 cm in diameter), collected in small-flowered umbellate inflorescences. The petals and ovaries of the new buds have a bright pink or crimson color of varying degrees of intensity. The flowering period is short – no more than two weeks, it falls in mid-May – early June. A well-developed root system ensures the survival of seedlings in a new place without any problems (both in spring and autumn). But by its nature, it is superficial, so for the winter, it is recommended to mulch the trunk circle, covering it with a layer of needles or hay. The plant enters fruiting in the tenth year after planting. Apples ripen from September to early October. Fruits are single, small, weighing on average-20-25 g, maximum-75 g; round or round-conical shape. The skin is dark, purple-red with a strong waxy coating. The flesh is dense, beautiful pink-purple color, sweet and sour with a bitterness, like wild apples. Fruits left on the tree, as well as rowan berries, lose their bitterness with the onset of the first frost, but, nevertheless, their taste qualities remain low. In winter, these apples serve as a good feed for birds.