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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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great May 25, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from maxwell, IA United States  
bought 3 and they were showing leaves in 2 weeks

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Good product April 13, 2014
Reviewer: David Smith from Hendersonville, NC United States  
Tree arrived in good condition, planted and budding now.

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good live trees April 10, 2014
Reviewer: James Pauley from Franklin, WV United States  
They arrived on Monday and inspected quickly after reading all the bad reviews. I was plesantly supprised the quality was much higher than I expected and packed very well with the wetting gel and wet news paper around the roots.  They went in the ground immediately - so if they don't grow - its either my or the weathers fault

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unexpectedly average March 2, 2014
Reviewer: Mike Hambuchen from Conway, AR United States  
Not the first such trees from several other suppliers, these specimens were unremarkable and had less root system than expected.

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aba February 24, 2014
Reviewer: arlin wilsher from fultondale, AL United States  
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