Malus domestica ‘Spur Arkansas Black’
Arkansas Black is a late season apple variety with very dark red fruit that looks almost black. The fruit is harvested in September and October and is an excellent keeper and will store for months. Great for eating and cooking as well as preserves. Our trees are grown on EMLA 106 rootstock and will be a 6-12 foot tree at maturity. Requires 1050 hours of chilling. Plant in full sun in well drained soil. Hardy in zones 5-9. Another apple variety is required for cross pollination in order to produce fruit. Trees are 3 gallon size and are shipped bare root.