- October 15th marks 10 years in our home; we're so glad to be here.
- We grew 12 apples this year. The dog ate 4, the people get the rest.
Arkansas Black Apple
The Arkansas Black Apple is recognized as having been first produced in 1870. The fruit, a variety of Winesap, is usually round and of medium size. It ripens in October or November, and the fruit keeps well though the storage season of two to four months. It is a true native apple grown in the Ozarks of both Arkansas and Missouri.