Arkansas Sweet

In 1905, Henry Grabin of Scott County, Arkansas sent the first samples of Arkansas Sweet to the USDA, thus bringing this fine apple to the public’s attention. It was believed to be a lost variety until 1993 when we discovered it still being grown by John Kenyon of Lacon, Illinois. Fruit is medium-sized with yellow skin overlaid with crimson and darker red stripes. The whitish flesh is crisp, sweet, and crunchy. Ripens early winter and is a fair keeper.

Arkansas Sweet Fruit
  1. Guillermo Alciso
    Guillermo Alciso05-27-2017

    Hi I want to know if you sale Apple Scions Cutting for planting

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