Arkansas Black Apple (Malus domestica ‘Arkansas Black’)

Arkansas Black Apple Facts

  • Scientific Name: Malus domestica ‘Arkansas Black’
  • Blooms: February to March
  • Height: 15′ – 20′
  • Fruit: Medium to large, purplish-red fruit matures to nearly black. Crisp, juicy yellow flesh has a spicy aroma. Good fresh or cooked.
  • Pollination: Plant at least two trees for pollination
Above picture taken at Old Town Arboretum in April 2021