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Bulida Apricot (dwarf)

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. • Uses: eating, bottling, canning,...

Divinity Apricot (dwarf)

A long established variety in Australia with firm, slightly oval fruit with light orange flesh. Ideal eaten fresh as well as for bottling and preserving. • Pollination: Self fertile • Uses: eating, bottling, preserving • Harvest: Late...

Fireballâ„¢ Apricot (dwarf)

Prunus armeniaca ‘Fireball™’ or the Fireball™ Apricot is a lovely sweet round apricot with freestone. Great for eating, canning, bottling and freezing. • Pollination Group: partially self-fertile and can produce more fruit if...

Moorpark Apricot (dwarf)

A popular home garden apricot with larger fruit than many varieties. Great fresh from the tree Moorpark is also good for cooking, juice and jam. • Pollination Group: self fertile • Uses: Eating, cooking, juice, jam • Harvest: Early January...

Spring Satin Plumcot (dwarf)

This 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 from...

Tilton Apricot (dwarf)

A leading variety for freezing, drying, and canning. Tilton are tender and juicy with a sweet-tart flavour. It has medium sized fruit that is heart shape with a light orange skin, golden flesh with a red blush. One of the earliest varieties, resistant to...

Trevatt Apricot (dwarf)

Trevatt is a good eating apricot and also great for bottling and preserving. Pale apricot skin, orange flesh, firm and juicy. Heavy bearer. • Pollination Group: self fertile • Uses: preserving, eating • Harvest: late December • Chill...