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Flavor Delight Aprium

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Original price $79.99 - Original price $79.99
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$79.99 - $79.99
Current price $79.99
SKU C360

This hybrid is 3/4 apricot and 1/4 plum. The flesh is yellow and firm like an apricot but it has a combination of apricot and plum flavor. The fruit is two inches long. It ripens in mid July on a vigorous upright tree that can be maintained at about ten feet tall. It is self fertile (no boy cot is needed), but has biggest crops when pollinized by any apricot.

A patented Floyd Zaiger introduction recommended for USDA Zones 6 and above. Produced well at Mt. Vernon station. Less than 300 hours of chill needed.

Cold Hardy to USDA Zone: 6

Mature Height:  12'

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: July

Pollination: Self Fertile

Rootstock: Citation

Read our Apricot Growing Guide

Size Options: Semi-Dwarf (4'-5')


Ask a Question
  • Will apriums pollinate apricots?

    Yes they should.

  • Is this aprium recommended for Western Washington? ( Seattle)

    Outside of a greenhouse? No. It can be grown in a greenhouse if you provide the extra heat it needs to ripen fully.

  • Will this pollinate other apricot or plum or plumcot trees? It does better when there is another pollinator around, but does it help to pollinate the other trees?

    Fruit set is best with any another full blood Apricot that blooms in your area.

  • is it really self fertile or does it need an pricoot to pollenize it

    It is actually self fertile and does not require another apricot to make fruit.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
I am very happy with my happy little tree

I've had this tree in a pot for about a year to baby and get a good, strong root system. It has been in the ground for a bit and is greening out even more than last year. I am particularly happy with the pruning/branch angles that the tree had on arrival. This tree was obviously well tended to before it found a home in my garden. I'm excited to taste them, but if it flowers this year I will nip them so the roots grow in better. Overall I had a great experience with this grower and will buy from them again ^____^