Malus ‘Black Oxford’ has round, darkest red apples. Dense, crisp fruit with balanced sugar and acids. Maine, USA 1790.
Malus ‘Black Oxford’ - Round, darkest red apples. Dense, crisp fruit with balanced sugar and acids. Multi-purpose for fresh eating, cooking/baking, and cider. Store for 2-3 months. Introduced in Maine, USA in 1790. | Rootstock: M.9 (Dwarf)
Common Name: Apple
Family: Rosaceae (The Rose Family)
Zone Hardiness: 4-9
Light: Full Sun, Part Sun
Primary Bloom Colour: White/Cream
Secondary Bloom Colour: Pink
Bloom Time: Spring
Soil Moisture: Average, Moist
Deer Resistant: Unknown
BC Native: No
Geogrpahical Origin: Miscellaneous - Garden Origin
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