Apricots

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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Debbie's Gold - Yellowish orange fruit 1.5" in diameter. Firm texture, free stone. Well suited for canning. One of the later blooming apricot varieties. Tree itself is very cold hardy. Vigorous grower. Ripens in late July. Self fertile, however higher yields occur with cross pollination.

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Goldcot - Medium sized fruit. Firm flesh. Deep, tangy flavor. Somewhat self fertile, cross pollination will increase fruit set. Cold hardy tree. Freestone. Matures early July.

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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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Harglow - A Canadian developed variety. Fruit ripens late. Orange skin with a red blush. Medium sized fruit, freestone and firm. Tends to be a later blooming variety with good resistance to bacterial spot and brown rot. Tree has a compact and somewhat spreading growth habit. Self fertile.

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Harogem - Tree shows medium vigor, spreading tree form, consistently productive, self-fertile, tree is very cold hardy. Fruit is medium sized, glossy red blush on bright orange background, very firm, moderately juicy, smooth texture, good flavor, freestone.  Fruit keeps very well in the refrigerator.

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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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