Small red and green apples (Manzana criolla) in a large clay bowl
Malus domestica (pumila)

The bowl of small apples are called Manzana criolla. Colombia imports over 90% of consumed apples, most from Chile. Colombia only grows a few varieties between 6,500 and 10,000 feet. Photographed in Bogotá

Malus domestica red apple on the tree covered in raindrops
Malus domestica pnk flower with yellow anthers covered in raindrops
Small green and red apple developing on a tree
A white Malus pumila flower with hints of pink and yellow anthers
A Malus pumila branch with white flowers
Two mostly green Malus domestica apples on a tree
A cluster of white Malus domestica flowers with yellow anthers
An errect Malus pumila branch full of white flowers
A branch of white Malus pumila flowers
Dark pink Malus pumila buds and an opening flower above an apple
A white Malus pumila flower