Hargrand Apricot

Full Sun. Full Size, plant 15-20′ apart, needs pollinator

Apricots generally need well-drained soil and struggle in our Southern Indiana clay, but we have selected a rootstock that tolerates wet soils better than most, is vigorous and resistant to root knot nematodes and has some resistance to oak root fungus.  Apricots are supposedly self-fertile, but we and others have not found this to be true:  plant two different varieties for pollination. On Myrobalan 29C rootstock which will grow to about 15-25 ft tall x wide.

Late July.  Medium-sized, freestone fruits with a red blush on orange.  Good keeping quality.  Resistant to perennial canker and brown rot. . . Grafted

Gallon* pots $18, 2-gallon* pots $30, 4-gallon* pots $38

Plants are rarely available in ALL sizes listed, and availability of plants varies from day to day. Please call before you come to check availability.

Harlayne Apricot

Full Sun. Full Size, plant 15-20′ apart, needs pollinator

Late July.  Medium-sized fruits with a nice red blush over glossy orange background.  Freestone, very firm fruits, productive tree, resistant to perennial canker, brown rot and bacterial spot.  Late blooming and later ripening than Harogem. . . Grafted

Gallon* pots $18, 2-gallon* pots $30, 4-gallon* pots $38

Plants are rarely available in ALL sizes listed, and availability of plants varies from day to day. Please call before you come to check availability.