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Black Oxford Apples



Black Oxford Apples have dark purply-red skin with a dark blue "bloom" on it.

The tree is very cold hardy, but it does tend to bear every other year.

Cooking Tips

Good for cooking and cider; also fresh-eating.

History Notes

Black Oxford Apples originated in Maine, USA, in the 1860s.

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