Apricot

Apricot Bare Root Trees for Sale

  • One of the earliest ripening fruits.
  • Stone fruit (apricots, cherries, peaches and plums) trees need full sun to produce the most fruit.
  • Space trees 12 to 20 feet apart.
  • Plant two different, compatible varieties to ensure fruit.
  • Prune annually to maintain tree shape and a healthy, open canopy.
  • Expect to get fruit 2 to 5 years after planting if you plant a 1 or 2 year old tree.
  • All stone fruits bloom very early in the spring. Some years flowers are damaged by freezing temperatures, meaning no fruit that year. But don’t worry, you’ll probably get fruit the following year.
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Scout Apricot Large-Size
Scout Apricot Large-Size7/8 Diameter – Oversized requires special shipping cost Scout Apricot | Prunus ‘Scout’ Cultivar developed …$45.00
Pioneer Chinese Apricot
Pioneer Chinese ApricotPioneer Chinese Apricot | Prunus armeniaca ‘Pioneer’ A late blooming apricot, ideal for higher elevations …$45.00
Sun Gold
Sun GoldMoongold Apricot | Prunus ‘Moongold’ Light orange colored fruit with a slight red blush, Moongold has a …$45.00
Debbie's Gold Apricot
Debbie's Gold ApricotDebbie’s Gold Apricot | Prunus ‘Debbie’s Gold’ Yellowish orange fruit, 1.5 ” diameter at maturity. Has a …$45.00
Brookcot Apricot 7' Whip
Brookcot Apricot 7' WhipBrookcot Apricot | Prunus ‘Brookcot’ (Manchurian apricot seedling) 1980. Bright yellowish orange with a red blush, fruit …$45.00
Westcot Apricot
Westcot Apricot(Scount x McClure) 1982. Yellow fruit with an orange-red blush ripens in late July. Freestone …$44.99