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‘Goldbar’ Apricot

$75.00

Very large light yellow-orange oval fruit with a reddish blush. The flesh is light orange, very firm and moderately juicy. Ripens in mid to late July. Good for eating fresh or making jams. It is a vigorous tree that flowers heavily but sets a light crop which increases fruit size. A standard variety now in Okanagan; developed in Washington. Winter hardy in zone 5. Benefits from cross-pollination with another apricot. 

 

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‘Tilton’ Apricot

$85.00

Medium-sized heart-shaped light orange coloured fruit. The firm flesh is golden-yellow red-blushed fruit. Fine-textured distinct flavoured flesh. Excellent for freezing, drying or canning. Self-pollinating. Ripens in July. An old leading commercial variety. Winter hardy in zone 5.

 

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‘Westcot’ Apricot

$75.00

Hardy. Pink flowers cover the tree each spring. Medium-sized heart-shaped light orange-coloured fruit with a red blush. Firm flesh is golden-yellow and freestone. Excellent for fresh eating or canning. Self-pollinating. Ripens in July-August. Winter hardy in zone 3, but more reliable for fruit production in zones 5+. Developed at the Morden, Manitoba Research Station, released 1982.

 

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