Arkansas Black Apple Trees have become quite popular for its balanced and sweet flavor and for its excellent juice. This medium sized apple has dark red skin that is almost black in color. The flesh is firm, white, and crisp. The Arkansas Black Tree is resistant to cedar apple rust and is a hardy vigorous tree. The Arkansas Black Apple Tree ripens October to November. 800-900 chill hours, pollinizer needed.
***Note: The greater the tree caliper, then the heavier the branch development. This relates to the maturity of the tree and how soon fruit production will begin. (A shorter stocky fruit tree is better than a taller skinny tree.)***
***LARGER B&B TREES MAY BE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.***