Apricot Trees

Apricot trees are originally from China, and are now grown throughout the world. Apricots grow over a wide range, from USDA Zones 4-9, with different varieties for various regions. They are closely related to plums, and the fruits have a small amount of fuzz. Apricots are loaded with vitamins and natural sugars, making them ideal for eating fresh, or preserving through canning and drying. Apricots need well-drained fertile soil for best production. They are self-fertile, so no need for a pollinator. The rootstock we use for apricot trees is Nemaguard. Our selection of apricot trees is listed below:

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