Black Annette

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Black Annette was introduced in 1886 from Marietta, Ohio, into northern Iowa, and has proved to be very hardy there. Because of its hardiness, it is considered worthy of attention in the northwest. Its season extends into the spring, and it is possibly distinct from the Black Annette formerly grown in some parts of New York, which is a late fall apple.
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