A few crabapples grow here. They are terribly let go and need pruning, but I digress. Some years there are plenty of apples to pick, and the past year were nearly nil. I think the frost got them at the blossom stage. One tree that did well was the Rescue crab which had larger and sweeter excellent tasting. They call the apple crabs here instead of crab apples. What about planting up some more for an orchard? The tart small crab apples....are they good for making cider? How about drying? I am thinking when there are large quantities in late August. what to do with em?