Here's our crabapple in white profusion. The blossoms are humming with a feeding frenzy of butterflies, honey bees, bumble bees and more. I'm sure I told you when I was ten years old living in Maryland I remember crabapple trees growing in a center parkway of the road outside our home. My brother and I ate the small rose and green tinted apples in the fall even though they were quite sour. We felt the apples were a special treat just for us. I wonder if children nowadays discover unexpected treats like crabapples from mother nature? I hope so. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.