Is this a giant plum? Nope, an Arkansas Black Heirloom Apple from @tinysorganic weekly delivery. Beautiful!

by | Oct 23, 2013

Arkansas Black apples are heirloom variety and are firm with smooth, clean skin and have a dark red to almost black color and should feel solid and heavy in your hand. Keep them in the refrigerator. Courtesy of Tinys Organic farm

Arkansas Black apples are heirloom variety and are firm with smooth, clean skin and have a dark red to almost black color and should feel solid and heavy in your hand. Keep them in the refrigerator. Courtesy of Tinys Organic farm

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