The Apricot, Early Golden, Prunus armeniaca, is an early apricot with large smooth, orange-gold skin, orange flesh, and is a freestone. It has attractive leaves, and pink or white flowers in the spring. The Early Golden Apricot grows in sandy, well drained soils and is not drought tolerant. This large golden apricot is especially suited to the south and good for eating fresh, baking, canning or drying. Early Golden is a fast growing tree and is self fertile, but produces best with two varieties. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours of sunlight daily, and regular watering. Apricots are rich in Vitamin A, B and C, Calcium, Copper, Iron, and Phosphorus, so are a very healthy food..
An Apricot Fit for Royalty! Royal Apricot, Prunus armeniaca ‘Blenheim Royal’, is a fruit-bearing tree (with delicious fruit that ripens in June-July). Plant one next to your home to enjoy every moment of your Royal’s development and early harvest. Royal Apricot tree is aptly named. Its sweet, aromatic flesh is packed full of flavor. Its large, oval shape and sun-kissed, yellow skin is accented with a gorgeous, rosy blush. The fruit is terrific fresh from the tree, dried, canned…or any number of ways. The succulent, honeyed flavor has the perfect balance of sweet and tart, with a complexity of taste possessed only by the most superior of apricots. In short, Royal Apricot is an apricot fit for royalty! Your Royal Apricot Tree will grow up to 18 feet in height, with a 10 foot spread. It has a rounded nature and is adaptable to a variety of soils. The fruit ripens early and is a healthy presence in your yard as it is full of vitamins A and C. Royal Apricot trees are an extremely popular variety of apricot…and it’s easy to see why. With its lovely appearance, early harvest and the health benefits of having fresh fruit in your yard each summer, you really can’t go wrong with Royal Apricot.* Freestone * Self-fruitful * Good drought tolerance * Adaptive to a variety of soils * 400 hour or less chilling requirement.
Lovely and Luscious Apricots for your HomeGoldstrike Apricot is a fruit-bearing tree with an exceptional harvest. Plant one or more in a side (or back yard), for a lovely display and tasty, summer treat.Your Goldstrike is sure to please with its delicious, large fruit. The glossy nature of each luscious apricot produces a lovely shine amid the green foliage. Its subtle orange hue is crimson-kissed, a delightfully showy picture dangling amid the branches. Even more attractive than its lovely appearance, the flavor and practicality of this exceptional apricot will amaze you. Tilton Apricot’s flesh is an alluring light orange hue with a firm yet juicy texture. The slight acidity of the skin lends the flavor of your apricot the perfect touch of tang, and the freestone nature of the Goldstrike just adds to its charm.Goldstrike Apricot will grow to about 18 feet in height with a 15 foot spread. It’s a fast grower, so you won’t have to wait for long to see results. It’s widely adaptable in terms of soil types and moisture levels, so not as fussy as some other fruit trees. It’s a reliable and productive tree, producing a wonderful harvest each year mid-season.Apricots have always been a favorite among fruit lovers, and Goldstrike is an outstanding choice for a variety that will provide you with fruit that is not only delicious right off the tree, but also a lovely sight to behold in your yard.* Exceptional fruit * Fast-growing * Adaptable tree.
The Wenatchee Apricot bears large size fruit. This apricot may also be called Moorpark.The fruit and skin is a light yellow. The Wenatchee is known for being a good annual producer. It is also known to be a great pollinator for late blooming apricots!The fruit is flavorful and is widely used for drying and home canning. It is a self-pollinating tree.The Wenatchee blooms very early so it is sometimes difficult in late frost areas. It produces best in well drained and moderately fertile soil.This tree is heavy producer so you may have to thin the fruit early in season for size and quality. Wenatchee produces best in well-drained and fertile soils with a pH of 5.5 to 7.5.The flowers are white and fragrant! This tree can be a beautiful center piece in a landscape with the abundant spring flowers and the attractive foliage.An ornamental plant with the apricot fruit as a bonus!.
Large, Juicy and Sweet!The Apricot, Moorpark has a juicy sweet flavor and resembles a small, yellow peach. It has deep orange flesh with a smooth golden yellow, orange blush. It is used for drying, desserts, preserves and canning, or excellent for fresh eating right off the tree. Moorpark ripens from early July to late August. Self fertile. The apricots ripen quickly and should be picked when a little firm since just a half a day in the house they are more than ripe. Apricots are rich in Vitamin A, B and C, Calcium, Copper, Iron, and Phosphorus, so are a very healthy food. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours of sunlight daily, and regular watering..
Gold Kist Apricot Tree, Prunus armeniaca ‘Gold Kist’, is one of the earliest ripening fruits. Blooms very early, needs well-drained, moderately fertile soil. It is best to thin fruit early in season to maximize size and quality. Gold Kist Apricot Trees produce large fruit with firm, orange freestone flesh and superb flavor. Their generally freestone quality makes them easy to prepare for canning, drying, or use in baked goods. For canning, use fruits that are firm; use fully ripe fruits for fresh eating or drying It is considered “the best backyard apricot for warm winter climate. Gold Kist Apricot Trees, once established, are somewhat drought-tolerant. the trees are gorgeous in spring with white or pink blossoms, and ornamental in summer with their furrowed bark and heart-shaped, glossy leaves, red when new and dark green when mature. Gold Kist Apricots contain carotenoids which are antioxidants that help prevent heart disease, reduce “bad cholesterol” levels, and protect against cancer.* Early Fruit!* Healty Apricot .
The Goldbar apricot produces very large, light yellow-orange fruit with reddish blush. The fruit is round to oval with slightly compressed sides and is very large. The skin is light-orange and slightly glossy. A reddish blush covers up to 30% of the side that is exposed to the sun. The flesh is light orange, very firm, meaty and moderately juicy. Some acidity is associated with the skin. Quality for the fresh market is good. The pit is large and freestone. Goldbar is not suitable for canning. It is a vigorous tree that flowers heavily but sets light crop, which increases fruit size..
One of the Earliest Ripening Fruits! Katy Apricot, Prunus armeniaca ‘Katy’, is a fruit-bearing tree that produces remarkable fruit, and is especially adaptable to warmer climates. Plant one (or better yet several), in your side yard where you can enjoy the sights of your own personal apricot orchard all summer long. Your Katy Apricot tree has many admirable features, but perhaps its most attractive asset is its early ripening nature. While friends and family are still waiting for their fruit trees to produce, you’ll already be picking your Katy Apricots in the month of May! The tree-ripened fruit is not acidic in taste and has a lively golden skin with orange overtones. Katy Apricot is a highly productive tree, so you’re sure to enjoy a sumptuous harvest. The large, firm fruit is perfect for a wide variety of culinary uses, such as desserts, jams and jellies and is especially great for drying due to its high sugar content. It even freezes and cans well…and of course it tastes great right off the tree. As if the delicious fruit wasn’t enough, your Katy Apricot is also a pretty tree, blooming with fragrant, white flowers in spring and maintaining vibrant, green foliage throughout summer. Katy Apricot trees will grow up to 18 feet tall. It is amenable to pruning, allowing you to trim to the height you prefer (and adding to ease of harvest). Katy Apricot is self-fertile, but as with most fruiting trees, will do better with a cross-pollinator. Katy Apricot was introduced in 1978 and continues to be a popular choice among gardeners. Try one of these incredible, early-harvest apricot trees this year. You’ll be glad you did! * Freestone * Early harvest * Tolerant of wet soil * Winter hardy * Self-fruitful.
Versatile Apricot with Exceptional FlavorTilton Apricot is deciduous tree that bears excellent, late season fruit. Plant one in a sunny to partial shade location in your yard where you can enjoy its spring flowers and late harvest of sumptuous fruit.Your Tilton Apricot has one of the earliest ripening fruits. Its elegant, heart-shaped fruit has a delightfully light, golden hue that’s kissed with a rosy blush. Tilton has a unique appearance among apricots with its slightly flatter shape and “suture” line that goes halfway around the fruit. It is also prized for being one of the most flavorful of the apricots available today, with a sweet/tart flavor to its tender and juicy nature. Tilton blooms very early and ripens late June to July, and is a leading variety for freezing and canning. It’s even amenable to drying so you can prepare these for enjoyment well after harvest. Tilton Apricot will grow to 25 feet in height. It is a vigorous tree with a symmetrical shape and dense crown of green foliage.Tilton’s spring bloom produces delicate pink flowers that are fragrant and a tempting lure to area pollinators. It bears a heavy crop late-summer and is resistant to late frosts. It’s self-pollinating so you don’t need a lot of space to enjoy this remarkable variety. Whether you’re an apricot-lover, or just want to try growing something new, the Tilton Apricot is for you. Easy to grow, colorful and with fruit of exceptional quality, the Tilton Apricot is an outstanding choice for your yard today.* One of the most flavorful apricots * Pink spring flowers * Cold hardy.
Early Harvest of Golden FruitGolden Sweet is an apricot variety that produces very sweet fruit. Plant one in a sunny location near a window or patio so you can enjoy not only the sights of the harvest, but the ornamental features of this exceptional tree.Firm, and very sweet, this freestone variety of apricot will gift you with its harvest early in the season, so you won’t have to wait long to sample its delights. Late June/early July will find you with a sumptuous harvest of fruit that not only tastes delicious, but is also healthy. Rich in antioxidants and other health benefits, Golden Sweet apricots are an easy way to bring healthy, wholesome food direct from your garden to your family’s table. Your Golden Sweet goes beyond producing superior fruit by also being ornamental. Pink-hued, white blossoms cover the tree in spring, a strong call to pollinators. The foliage has a romantic, heart-shaped appearance that’s glossy enough to shine in the summer sun’s rays. The golden skin of the fruit has a soft blush, a gorgeous accent against the vibrant, green leaves. Golden Sweet Apricot will grow up to 15 feet in height with an equal spread. It has an upright form, medium growth rate and enjoys full sun exposure. Golden Sweet is self-fertile, but will do best when other apricot trees are nearby. Apricots are so much fun to have in the yard. They’re not only pretty to look at, but provide a harvest of tiny fruits that make up for their size by having a robust flavor. Golden Sweet is an excellent example of an apricot tree that’s easy to enjoy…as I’m sure you will this summer.* Petite, sweet apricot * Spring flowers * Self-fertile * Drought tolerant (once established) * Antioxidants .
Health-Enhancing Apricots on a Hardy TreeChinese Apricot Tree is a hardy, deciduous tree that produces delicious, early fruit. Be sure to plant one in view of a window so you can enjoy watching your harvest develop throughout the summer.Your Chinese Apricot Tree is sure to be a lovely addition to your yard. The branches posses an elegant spread, supporting many shorter branchlets for an appealing appearance even in winter.In the spring, pink-hued, white flowers will appear to be sprinkled across your tree’s branches, a lovely welcome to the warmth of summer. Serrated, oval green leaves cling to your Chinese Apricot’s branchlets by colorful, reddish stems through the warm months, clothing your tree in vibrant green. As the season progresses, the flowers give way to spherical, pitted fruit. Ripening to a yellow-orange brilliance, your fruit is sure to stand out in sharp contrast against lush, green foliage.The fruit of your Chinese Apricot is of superb quality, and generally freestone, making it easy to use in canning, drying, or in baked goods. Apricots contain carotenoids which are antioxidants that help prevent heart disease, reduce “bad cholesterol” levels, and protect against cancer. In fact, apricots and their stones have been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. They are also high in fiber and considered by some to be a natural weight-loss food.The Chinese Apricot Tree is an early bearing, heavy producing variety that is recommended for difficult climates (especially those prone to late spring frosts). It blooms very early and is also one of the earliest ripening fruits. Chinese Apricot is considered semi-dwarf, growing up to 20 feet in height and is adaptable to many soil types. It doesn’t require a pollinator, so you can even try just one if you prefer.An apricot tree is hard to resist. Beneficial not just for its healthy, delicious fruit, but also valued for its ornamental appeal, Chinese Appricot Tree is a must have for your yard today.* Delicious fruit with health benefits* Ornamental appeal* Generally freestone* Heavy producing.