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Puget Gold apricot - Semi-dwarf

Officially named and introduced by Washington State University (WSU). It sets and sizes fruit in cool frosty spring weather where all other varieties fail. The prolific bearing tree produces large elongated fruit of very good flavor. The tree blooms in early March and the fruit ripens in early August. A natural semi-dwarf, the tree can easily be maintained at 15' height and spacing. It's self-fertile. USDA Zones 5-9. On St. Julian A rootstock.

In stock
SKU
C460C
$29.95
USDA Zone5-9
Grows To13ft
Plant Spacing15ft
PollinationSelf Fertile
Prefers Full Sun
Ripening TimeAugust

Officially named and introduced by Washington State University (WSU). It sets and sizes fruit in cool frosty spring weather where all other varieties fail. The prolific bearing tree produces large elongated fruit of very good flavor. The tree blooms in early March and the fruit ripens in early August. A natural semi-dwarf, the tree can easily be maintained at 15' height and spacing. It's self-fertile. USDA Zones 5-9. On St. Julian A rootstock.

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