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Bulida Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Bulida’ (correctly spelt 'Búlida') or the Bulida Apricot produces large lovely flavoured orange fruit. Great for eating, canning, bottling and used for drying, and freezing. Pollination Group: self-fertile so no...

Castlebrite Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Castlebrite’ or the Castlebrite Apricot is a prolific tree with golden yellow fleshed freestone fruit. The early bright orange sweet fruit when ripe has a red blush on the skin. It originated in California USA. Good for...

Divinity Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Divinity’ long established variety in Australia (1950s) with delicious, firm, slightly oval fruit with light orange flesh. A firm favourite, ideal eaten fresh. Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other...

Divinity Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Divinity’ long established variety in Australia (1950s) with delicious, firm, slightly oval fruit with light orange flesh. A firm favourite, ideal eaten fresh. Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other...

Fireball™ Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Fireball™’ or the Fireball™ Apricot is a lovely sweet round apricot with freestone. Great for eating, canning, bottling and freezing. Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other pollinators needed Uses: eating,...

Goldrich Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Goldrich’ fruit are large and oval, with firm, deep orange flesh and a fine texture, and has good flavour and quality. Goldrich trees are vigorous and productive. Pollination Group: partially self-fertile, partner...

Hunter Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Hunter’ has firm, tasty deep orange flesh that is great for eating and excellent for producing home dried apricots.  Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other pollinators needed Uses: eating, drying Size: normally...

Katy Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca 'Katy', introduced in the USA around 1978, has sweet, juicy flesh and vibrant orange-red coloured skin. It is one of the earliest apricots to ripen. Well suited to warmer climates. Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other pollinators...

Moorpark Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Moorpark’ is a deservedly popular home garden apricot with larger fruit than many varieties. Great fresh from the tree and is also good for cooking, juice and jam. Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other...

Moorpark Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Moorpark’ is a deservedly popular home garden apricot with larger fruit than many varieties. Great fresh from the tree and is also good for cooking, juice and jam. Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other...

Newcastle Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Newcastle' is an excellent eating apricot. Small pale orange to lemon coloured with orange flesh. Full flavoured freestone. Pollination Group: self-fertile so no other pollinators needed Uses: eating, jam, preserving Size:...

Patterson Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Patterson’ is named after the country town of Patterson in California USA that was once a leading apricot producing region for the United States and still celebrates apricots with its annual apricot fiesta. This variety...

Patterson Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Patterson’ is named after the country town of Patterson in California USA that was once a leading apricot producing region for the United States and still celebrates apricots with its annual apricot fiesta. This...

Peachcot

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The Peachcot is a hybrid between a peach and an apricot. It has a firmer flesh and a sweeter flavour than an apricot. Botanically closer to a peach but the fruit is small and orange like an apricot. Low chill and suitable for the subtropics. Pollination...

Pink Flowering Apricot (Prunus mumé)

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The Pink Flowering Apricot (Prunus mumé) long grown in Australia as an attractive ornamental tree has a whole other range of under-utilised possibilities in this country for a variety of niche Japanese delicacies. Prunus mumé is from China,...

Plumcot

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The Plumcot is an unusual cross between an apricot and Japanese plum producing a very sweet fruit combining the best of both parents. Large, firm fruit has red to black skin and golden red flesh. It displays the vigour and productivity often resulting...

Plumcot (dwarf)

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The Plumcot is an unusual cross between an apricot and Japanese plum producing a very sweet fruit combining the best of both parents. Large, firm fruit has red to black skin and golden red flesh. It displays the vigour and productivity often...

Rival Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca 'Rival' is a very productive variety with large fruit, orange flesh and a lighter skin with a red bloom. Pollination Group: self-fertile, performs better with best with Goldrich, Moorpark Uses: eating, stewing, preserving, drying...

Storeys Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Storeys’ or the Storey Apricot and also known as 'Moorpark Early' produces large apricots with deep golden colouring and a red blush. Great for eating, jam, canning, bottling and used for drying, and freezing. ...

Storeys Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Storeys’ or the Storey Apricot and also known as 'Moorpark Early' produces large apricots with deep golden colouring and a red blush. Great for eating, jam, canning, bottling and used for drying, and freezing. Pollination...

Sundrop Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Sundrop' is a Canadian variety first selected in 1956 and released in 1975. It has juicy, firm and large fruit with a long harvest season. An ideal home garden variety. Pollination Group: self-fertile, performs better...

Tardif de Bordaneil Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca 'Tardif de Bordaneil', perhaps misnamed in Australia as Tardi de Bourdonel, is a French variety that helps extend the season, Tardif means late and this variety is perhaps the latest of the apricots we have, ripening from mid-summer...

Tilton Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Tilton' produces tender, juicy and aromatic fruit with a sweet-tart flavour. Fruit is medium sized with a heart shape, light orange skin, golden flesh with a red blush. Resistant to late frosts. Pollination Group:...

Tilton Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Tilton' produces tender, juicy and aromatic fruit with a sweet-tart flavour. Fruit is medium sized with a heart shape, light orange skin, golden flesh with a red blush. Resistant to late frosts. Pollination Group:...

Trevatt Apricot

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Trevatt' is Australian bred  from around 1900. It continues to be one of the most popular varieties for good reason: excellent eating and great for bottling and preserving. Pale apricot skin, orange flesh, firm and juicy...

Trevatt Apricot (dwarf)

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Prunus armeniaca ‘Trevatt' is Australian bred  from around 1900. It continues to be one of the most popular varieties for good reason: excellent eating and great for bottling and preserving. Pale apricot skin, orange flesh, firm and...