Black Oxford

Sweet & Tart
Discovered 1790 Oxford County, Maine
Parentage Unknown
Harvest Late Season
DESCRIPTION

Black Oxford, noted for its dark skin color, has a contrasting bright white flesh with a slight hint of green. A medium-sized sweet-tart apple, this heirloom variety is valued by pie and cider makers. Its flavor improves in time, and its storage life is exceptional.

HISTORY

Black Oxford was first discovered in Oxford County, Maine, around 1790.

This apple is grown at 4 New England orchards