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 $16, 2-gallon* pots $26, 4-gallon* pots $36
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