Apricot Trees for Sale

All of our apricot trees are grafted onto Myrobalan Root Stock   
 
While most apricot varieties are self-fertile (not all, see descriptions) fruit production is generally higher when cross pollination is available from a second compatible variety.          
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Alfred - small orange-yellow fruit. Very productive tree, self fertile tree. Tolerates a wide variety of growing conditions. Consistently late bloomer.

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Golden Giant - Self fertile and precocious. Large fruit (2" diameter), flesh is firm, melting, free stone, sweet and moderately juicy.  Tree is hardy to -30 degrees. Tree has a somewhat more spreading growth habit.

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Goldrich - Large fruit. Firm, fine textured flesh. Bright, waxy finish to the mature fruit. Vigorous, hardy productive trees. Matures in early July. Requires cross pollination.

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Montrose - Hardy to -30 degrees. Self fertile, very vigorous grower, precocious tree. Medium sized (1 1/2" - 2") , sweet and juicy fruit. Yellowish skin with a red blush. Late to break dormancy, require high number of chill hours. Extended bloom time. Fruit ripens early August.

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Zard - Late blooming, self fertile. Medium sized, pale yellow, sweet fruit. Ripens late July. Tree is cold hardy to -30 degrees with an upright growth habit.

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