Arkansas Black

Zone: 4-8

Rootstock: M-111 or B-118
Specialization: Late drop Cider.
Growth Rate: Fast
Crop Abundance: Yes
Can Produce In: 3-5 Years
Soil Type: Wide Range

Soil Moisture: Well drained.

Height at Maturity: 15-25′

About Arkansas Black Apple:

I have been asked by many of our southern customers to offer up grafted Arkansas Black Apples because of their low chill hours need to produce fruit. This apple ripens in October and drops through November here in Michigan. Excellent eating and storing apple and interestingly develop a sweeter taste the longer they lay on the ground or on your shelf. Deer will dig these out of the show long after they have fallen for their sweet treat! Excellent Hard Cider apple also.

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Any plants ordered after May 31 will be shipped in the Fall.
We are in production growing your plants this summer. See you this fall!