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Arkansas Black Apple Tree

Arkansas Black Apple Tree



 

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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.

  • Arkansas Black Apple Trees Bear Fruit
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5 of 5 October 24, 2022
Reviewer: Bryon Schultz from Cleveland, OK United States  


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5 of 5 Beautiful trees October 18, 2022
Reviewer: Donna Millsaps from Hiddenite, NC United States  
All of our trees arrived in excellent shape and beautiful!

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5 of 5 June 9, 2022
Reviewer: Young Gyal from Silver spring , MD United States  


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5 of 5 June 8, 2022
Reviewer: Tammy Otto from Caldwell, OH United States  


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5 of 5 Black Apples! June 4, 2022
Reviewer: Walter Zimmerman from Rochester, NY United States  
Having recently relocated to upstate New York, into a home on Winesap Point, in a former orchard, I'm excited to see what develops, as my two Arkansas Black seedlings take hold.  As yet, though, they just look like sticks in the dirt -- I can't wait to see the first leaves!  And it's impossible to believe they'll be bearing fruit in three years.  I'll keep you posted -- thanks!

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