Arkansas Black Apple

  • 4’-5’ at purchase

  • Resistant to cedar apple rust; requires pollination.

  • Very hardy and vigorous.

  • Chill hours: 8-900

  • A heavy bearer and ripens October to November.

Excellent pollinator. Medium size fruit with very dark red skin.
Firm, white, juicy and crisp. Well balanced flavor, pleasant and sweet.

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Additional Info

Apple trees require cross pollination. Trees should be spaced 20 ft apart and will grow to be an avg of 20 ft tall. Trees require 6+ hours of direct sunlight but prefer full sun. Apple trees usually begin bearing fruit in their 3rd year and will be fully productive by their 6th year.