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Arakansas Black's can be fairly tart when fresh-picked, the apples mellow with storage.
Arkansas Black Apple trees produce a crunchy medium sized apple.
In appropriate conditions these apples can be stored for 6 months and darken over time.
Each spring your apple tree will bloom white flowers with a touch of pink.
This plant may not thrive in your area
Known for its hassle-free care, flavorful fruit and cold hardy strength, the Arkansas Black Apple Tree is ideal for your own at-home orchard. Plus, its apples boast a long storage time, making them great for numerous recipes month after month.Gorgeous pink blooms in mid-season give way to luscious fruits that bear by October. You can even begin to enjoy the bounty by the second growth season! And the Arkansas Black Apple Tree is a late-maturing fruit producer, giving you plenty of time for recipe inspirations.
Eat right off the tree and enjoy the crisp, tart taste of the Arkansas. The apple tastes even better if kept for 30 days in the fridge. Its superior storing quality stays fresh for up to 8 months. Bake in a pie. Puree into applesauce, or have friends over for a cider party. The fruit also dries well, making it perfect for granola or trail mix.Best of all, it requires little upkeep. Especially since we've planted and grown our Arkansas Black Apple Trees for months ahead of time at our nursery - this meticulous care means you get a proven producer once it ships to your door. Plus, our Arkansas Black can handle heat, humidity, and drought, as well as cold down to -20 degrees. It's also one of the most pest and disease resistant apple trees and especially immune to the dreaded Cedar Apple Rust that attacks most other apple trees. Get your Arkansas Black Apple Tree today and enjoy a burst of color, fragrance, and flavor like no other!
Arkansas Black Apple Trees are not self-fertile. You will need to plant another variety to achieve fruiting. Below are the most effective pollinators we have chosen for your area...