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Arkansas Black Apples ripen in October - November, and require 800 - 900 chill hours (5 weeks of temperatures below 45 degrees F) to set fruit. The Arkansas Black Apple trees require cross pollination by either the Gala, or the Yellow Delicious to successfully produce fruit. You can make fresh apple juice from the Arkansas Black Apple Tree that is perfect for storing and drinking later.

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2-3ft tall [$7.75]
3-4ft tall [$9.75]
4-5ft tall [$13.75]
5-6ft tall [$17.75]
6-7ft tall [$27.75]
7-8ft tall [$64.75]
8-9ft tall [$118.75]
9-10ft tall [$139.75]

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Apple Trees February 9, 2016
Reviewer: William Johnson from Washington, GA United States  
I use tree protectors on my apple trees to keep deer from eating them and speeding growth. My fruit tree order was shipped quickly with ggod looking trees .I prefer starting with smaller trees and having them grow quickly once the roots  get developed .I have had  trees less than 2 ft tall grow to over 8ft in 1 growing season .

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Arkansas Black Apple Tree January 21, 2016
Reviewer: Robert Lanier from Pulaski, TN United States  
Excellent as described

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Arkansas Black May 18, 2015
Reviewer: Miriam Sumner from Cove City, NC United States  
These trees are showing promise, they have leaves and show no signs of distress

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Arkansas Black Apple Tree April 26, 2015
Reviewer: E. Towler from Monroe, GA United States  
Received pruned, healthy tree.  Within a couple of days of planting, new leaves started to appear.

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survival April 26, 2015
Reviewer: Charles Denoncourt from Lewisberry, PA United States  
both have leaves within 2 weeks of planting

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