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Arkansas Black Apple Tree

Very good after months of storage.
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Arkansas Black Apple Tree

Description
One of the prettiest apples with a deep red color and perfect shape. Excellent for fresh eating or cooking, but best flavor is after a couple of months of storage. Very firm, tart flesh. Great addition to applesauce or cider. Late season maturity; pollinates other varieties that bloom from mid to late season. Zones 6–8.

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Product Details
  • FormUpright, spreading tree.
  • LightFull Sun
  • HeightStandard: 15-20 feet
  • SpreadStandard: 10-15 feet
  • SpacingStandard: 20 feet
  • Zones6 - 8
  • FoliageGreen foliage.
  • Flower FormWhite, showy, fragrant flowers.
  • BloomsSpring
  • FruitDeep red color and perfect shape with very firm, tart flesh.
  • Soil RequirementsAverage, evenly moist, well-drained soil.
  • Growth RateModerate
  • PruningPrune in late winter/early spring, while trees are still dormant. There are normally two goals when pruning an apple tree: 1. Initially, on young trees, to encourage a strong, solid framework. 2. On mature trees to maintain shape, maximize sun exposure and encourage fruit production. You will also want to remove any suckers coming from the rootstock. Unwanted shoots and suckers can be removed at any time. Also remove any crossed, crowded or inward-growing limbs in late winter or very early sprin
  • PollinatorGranny Smith, Golden Delicious
  • CommentsOne of the prettiest apples with a deep red color and perfect shape. Excellent for fresh eating or cooking, but best flavor is after a couple of months of storage. Very firm, tart flesh. Great addition to applesauce or cider. Late season maturity; pollinates other varieties that bloom from mid to late season.
  • Botanical NameMalus domestica 'Arkansas Black'
  • DepthLocate the planting depth indicator, the marked line above the tree's root system. The graft should be about 2 inches above the soil surface.

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