Ed - Good looking tree & crabapples.
Bur - We have a variety of crabs planted w/different drop times. Dolgo, Centennial, Centurion, Trailman, Chestnut, Whitney, Hyslop, Nova Scotia, All-Winter-Hangover, and a half dozen un-named red & yellow crabs we got from our Game Commission. The un-named ones get apples no more than 3/4" dia. The earliest ones ripen late Aug. & the last ones ripen late Sept./ early Oct. and some hang on the trees most of the winter. Most of the grafted ones are in the ground 2 or 3 yrs. so we're looking to document the ripening times & drop times. I'm gonna get 2 Kerr & another All-Winter-Hangover or a Violi's hanging crab for next spring.