Bare Root Size: 2 – 3′
The Arkansas Black is an apple cultivar that originated in the mid-19th Century in Benton County, Arkansas. It is not the same as the cultivar ‘Arkansas’ or ‘Arkansas Black Twig’. Arkansas Black apples are generally medium-sized with a somewhat flattened shape. Cross-pollination by a different variety is key to its growing and bearing success. Plant one of these varieties within 50′ for best pollination: Liberty, Spartan, Gala & Crabapple.