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A hardy fast growing tree, bearing stone fruit, closely related to the peach. The leaves are broad and roundish, with pointed apex; smooth; margin, finely serrated; petiole 1\/2 inch to an inch long, generally tinged with red. The flowers are white to pink, tinged with the same dusky red that appears on the petiole, with five regular sepals, petals and many stamens, and open very early in the spring. \u003cbr\u003eThe fruit, which ripens end of July to mid-August, according to variety, is a drupe, like the plum, with a thin outer, downy skin enclosing the yellow flesh, the inner layers becoming woody and forming the large, smooth, compressed stone, the ovule ripening into the kernel, or seed. When growing naturally, it is a medium-sized tree. Produces large, smooth, freestone fruit with orange-gold skin and orange flesh--great for fresh eating, baking, canning or drying.\u003cbr\u003eThe tree has a golden orange fall color. 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Armenian Apricot

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The Armenian Apricot (Prunus armeniaca) tree is the most commonly cultivated apricot species, also known as a wild Apricot, Early Golden, Wilson Delicious, Chines Apricot. A hardy fast growing tree, bearing stone fruit, closely related to the peach. The leaves are broad and roundish, with pointed apex; smooth; margin, finely serrated; petiole 1/2 inch to an inch long, generally tinged with red. The flowers are white to pink, tinged with the same dusky red that appears on the petiole, with five regular sepals, petals and many stamens, and open very early in the spring.
The fruit, which ripens end of July to mid-August, according to variety, is a drupe, like the plum, with a thin outer, downy skin enclosing the yellow flesh, the inner layers becoming woody and forming the large, smooth, compressed stone, the ovule ripening into the kernel, or seed. When growing naturally, it is a medium-sized tree. Produces large, smooth, freestone fruit with orange-gold skin and orange flesh--great for fresh eating, baking, canning or drying.
The tree has a golden orange fall color. This tree grows at a fast rate, with height increases of more than 24" per year.

Requires 450 chill hours.
Plant in full sun, in acidic, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, silty loam and well-drained soil. It is not drought-tolerant.

Height: 10-15'
Width: 8-10'
Zones: 5-8
What you are purchasing is 1 Armenian Apricot Tree, featuring GTSuper Roots, at a size of your choosing. Handle with care.
$17.99
Maximum quantity available reached.

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CMA

Arrived in great shape! Would like to review again in a few years.

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Elijah Zmuda
Apricot tree

The apricot tree that I ordered is doing well. :)

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Samuel Bell
Superb quality / shipped and delivered in good shape

Very enjoyable ordering experience.
Nursery stock were in A-1 shape
Thank you

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