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Attractive, medium size trees, Apricots are truly a fruit that needs to be grown at home, or in your neighbors yard. Sweet and delectable, when fully ripe they are just too soft to ship. Supermarket fruit looks like an apricot, but is often hard, tasteless, and disappointing. Apricots are not an easy fruit to grow west of the Cascades. Our wet springs lead to disease problems and Apricots’ early blooms are often hurt by frost. Despite these problems, Apricots are so good that we must have them. Our new self-fertile variety, Puget Gold, was developed in Western Washington and is the most disease resistant and reliable variety we have found.

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Hoyt Montrose

Hoyt Montrose

This promising variety bears good crops of large, orange-yellow apricots with a red blush. Very flavorful, Hoyt Montrose fruit is sweet, juicy and great for fresh eating and preserves.
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$ 24.95
Puget Gold

Puget Gold

Puget Gold was developed in western Washington and is the easiest to grow and most disease resistant Apricot variety we have found.
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$ 24.95
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