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Apricot (Berries, minor fruits and fruit trees)

We offer several cultivars of apricot trees for zones 3 to 5 which are the best in our climate.

For U.S customers: Sorry, the majority of the fruit trees cannot be shipped to the United States due to restrictions by Agriculture Canada and USDA.

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Alpricot Goldrich (prunus armeniaca) Alpricot Goldrich (prunus armeniaca)
Alpricot Goldrich (prunus armeniaca)

Ideal for pot culture in colder zones like 3a-3b. Protect from the cold. Suitable for zone 5a on the ground in full sun. 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. Only partially self-fertile and... more

Ideal for pot culture in colder zones like 3a-3b. Protect from the cold. Suitable for zone 5a on the ground... more

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Alpricot Harlayne
Alpricot Harlayne

Zone: 4 – 9 Pollination Group: 2 Ripens: Beginning of August Fertility: Self pollinating Skin Colour: Dull orange Flesh: Orange. Firm and smooth. Freestone. Flavour: Excellent flavour Usage: Best for fresh eating Storage: 4 – 7 days Notes: Thin the crop for larger fruit size.

Zone: 4 – 9 Pollination Group: 2 Ripens: Beginning of August Fertility: Self pollinating Skin Colour:... more

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Alpricot Haroblush Semi-Dwarf (Mustang)
Alpricot Haroblush Semi-Dwarf (Mustang)

Zone 4b An early apricot that ripens 4 days after Harcot, probably late july depending on your climatic zone. The fruit is attractive, red blush over half the fruit, oblong, medium size, very good flesh quality and freestone. The fruit has firm flesh and is moderately resistant to bacterial spot and skin cracking.... more

Zone 4b An early apricot that ripens 4 days after Harcot, probably late july depending on your climatic... more

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Alpricot Velvaglo
Alpricot Velvaglo

Zone: 5 – 9 Pollination Group: 2 Ripens: End of July Fertility: Self pollinator Skin Colour: Bright orange Flesh: Good quality. Juicy. Freestone. Flavour: Juicy. Good flavour. Usage: Good for fresh eating, drying, and canning Storage: 4 – 7 days

Zone: 5 – 9 Pollination Group: 2 Ripens: End of July Fertility: Self pollinator Skin Colour: Bright... more

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Apricot Harogem
Apricot Harogem

Zone 4b Harogem is a Canadian variety that crops in early July in southern Ontario. Regular high productivity of medium-sized red fruits. Flesh is sweet and freestone, juicy and aromatical with good firmness. The fruit is ideal for fresh consumption and market sale. The tree is medium vigor, nearly upright.... more

Zone 4b Harogem is a Canadian variety that crops in early July in southern Ontario. Regular high... more

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Apricot MONTROSE Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang )
Apricot MONTROSE Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang )

For zone 4-5 Self-fertile, but benefits from cross-pollination with another Apricot. History : Montrose's parent tree was discovered growing in Montrose, California, by Lloyd Rosenvold after he purchased the land in 1952. He was surprised to find a large apricot tree growing quite high up on a hill in... more

For zone 4-5 Self-fertile, but benefits from cross-pollination with another Apricot. History... more

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Apricot Westcot Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang )
Apricot Westcot Semi-Dwarf ( Mustang )

For Zone 4 This prairie cultivar has hardy flower buds and produces large, golden, freestone fruit. Used as boulevard trees in Edmonton – and have historically done fabulously in the area. Requires a second apricot for cross-pollination. PARENTAGE: Scout x McClure FRUIT COLOUR: Golden Yellow FRUIT SIZE:... more

For Zone 4 This prairie cultivar has hardy flower buds and produces large, golden, freestone fruit. Used... more

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Combo fruit cocktail 4 cultivars of fruits on same rootstock
Combo fruit cocktail 4 cultivars of fruits on same rootstock

  1X Frost Peach or Hardy Red Nectarine 1X Puget Gold Apricot 1X Stella Cherry or Lapin Cherry 1X Italian Prune     

  1X Frost Peach or Hardy Red Nectarine 1X Puget Gold Apricot 1X Stella Cherry or Lapin Cherry 1X... more

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Debbie's Gold apricot Debbie's Gold apricot
Debbie's Gold apricot

A promising new apricot variety for us. Very cold hardy and late blooming, which improves the chance of a crop in our climate. Small (3-4 cm) fruit with sweet flavour.

A promising new apricot variety for us. Very cold hardy and late blooming, which improves the chance of a... more

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Goldcot apricot
Goldcot apricot

An apricot variety that can withstand cold winters -30°C . Researchers bred this tree in Michigan’s snow belt, so you can depend on its hardiness, vigor and production consistency, even in areas with lower-temperature climates. The fruit has a deep, tangy flavor — perfect for fresh eating or canning.... more

An apricot variety that can withstand cold winters -30°C . Researchers bred this tree in... more

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Harcot apricot (prunus armeniaca) Harcot apricot (prunus armeniaca)
Harcot apricot (prunus armeniaca)

Ideal for pot culture in colder zones than 4b-5a. Self-fertile, but benefits from cross-pollination with another Apricot. Tree selected from Canada. Frost hardy late bloom. Resists brown rot and perennial canker. Medium to large fruit with sweet, juicy, rich flavor - one of the best. hardy in zone 4b but we... more

Ideal for pot culture in colder zones than 4b-5a. Self-fertile, but benefits from cross-pollination with... more

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Harglow apricot Harglow apricot
Harglow apricot

Zone 4b /  limited supply Harglow Apricot is a very late-blooming and productive Canadian variety well suited to areas with late frosts. A proven winner in the Northwest for its resistance to perennial canker and brown rot, Harglow produces medium sized bright orange fruits with orange freestone flesh. Very... more

Zone 4b /  limited supply Harglow Apricot is a very late-blooming and productive Canadian variety... more

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Hargrand apricot tree
Hargrand apricot tree

Zone: 4 – 9 Pollination Group: 2 Ripens: Beginning of August Fertility: Self pollinating Skin Colour: Dull orange Flesh: Orange. Firm and smooth. Freestone. Flavour: Excellent flavour Usage: Best for fresh eating Storage: 4 – 7 days Notes: Thin the crop for larger fruit size.

Zone: 4 – 9 Pollination Group: 2 Ripens: Beginning of August Fertility: Self pollinating Skin Colour:... more

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Harojoy apricot
Harojoy apricot

An early apricot that ripens 5 days after Harcot. The fruit is very attractive with a good red blush, medium to large sized, slightly flattened, very firm flesh, good eating quality and freestone. The fruit is also very tolerant to bacterial spot, brown rot and skin cracking. The tree has moderate production, is... more

An early apricot that ripens 5 days after Harcot. The fruit is very attractive with a good red blush,... more

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Manchurian Apricot (Prunus mandshurica) Manchurian Apricot (Prunus mandshurica)
Manchurian Apricot (Prunus mandshurica)

Small fast-growing tree. Rounded, spreading form, winter-hardy, and drought resistant. Native toManchuria and Korea. Attractive white flowers,golden orange fall color and edible fruit. Early flowering makes fruit production susceptible to spring frost damage. The largest tree in North Dakota is 26 feet tall with a... more

Small fast-growing tree. Rounded, spreading form, winter-hardy, and drought resistant. Native toManchuria... more

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Moorpark apricot tree (Dwarf rootstock) Moorpark apricot tree (Dwarf rootstock)
Moorpark apricot tree (Dwarf rootstock)

In colder zone... can be grown in pot and keep under the snow during winter One of the best apricots in cultivation! Fruit has a pleasant apricot flavor with plenty of juice, sensational for fresh-eating, canning, and even drying. High in vitamins and antioxidants. Tree is hardy and a beauty in the landscape with... more

In colder zone... can be grown in pot and keep under the snow during winter One of the best apricots in... more

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Morden 604 apricot Morden 604 apricot
Morden 604 apricot

A hardy apricot featuring showy pink flowers in early spring followed by tasty golden fruit in mid-summer, good for preserves; quite ornamental, ideal for the home orchard; needs full sun and a pollinator, flowers can be damaged by late spring frosts Edible Qualities: Westcot Apricot is a medium-sized tree that is... more

A hardy apricot featuring showy pink flowers in early spring followed by tasty golden fruit in mid-summer,... more

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Precious apricot on Mustang semi dwarf
Precious apricot on Mustang semi dwarf

For zone 3...self fertile An almond-apricot cross, coming from a 100-year-old tree in southern Ontario province.  Sweet kernels.  Tree is self-fruitful, hardy into the –40s F., spreading growth habit.  Fruit is small to medium sized, thick skin, sweet flesh.  Resistant to late spring... more

For zone 3...self fertile An almond-apricot cross, coming from a 100-year-old tree in southern Ontario... more

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Puget gold apricot (semi-dwarf rootstock)
Puget gold apricot (semi-dwarf rootstock)

Zone 4b. Self-fertile, but benefits from cross-pollination with another Apricot. Officially named and introduced by Washington State University (WSU). It sets and sizes fruit in cool frosty spring weather where all other varieties fail. The prolific bearing tree produces large elongated fruit of very good flavor.... more

Zone 4b. Self-fertile, but benefits from cross-pollination with another Apricot. Officially named and... more

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Scout apricot Scout apricot
Scout apricot

One of the most hardy apricot The cultivar was developed in Morden, Manitoba 1937. The fruit is bronze gold, blushed with red. Good for canning and jam, fair for eating. Blooms early May. Produces more fruit with a pollinator. For zone 4a

One of the most hardy apricot The cultivar was developed in Morden, Manitoba 1937. The fruit is bronze... more

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Tilton apricot prunus armeniaca Tilton apricot prunus armeniaca
Tilton apricot prunus armeniaca

Zone 4b. An all-time favorite for flavor, offering large, firm fruit, golden in color with a red blush. Tilton is excellent eaten fresh and considered the best for freezing, drying and canning. Self fertile/mid-season . An excellent pollenizer for other varieties. This vigorous, adaptable tree is hardy and... more

Zone 4b. An all-time favorite for flavor, offering large, firm fruit, golden in color with a red blush.... more

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Veecot apricot prunus armeniaca Veecot apricot prunus armeniaca
Veecot apricot prunus armeniaca

Zone 4b / Self-pollinating and ripens: early August Still the benchmark cultivar for the mid-season. It has a highly attractive, smooth finish and a deep, dark orange ground colour. It hangs well at maturity, but because of its intense colour, must be picked carefully for optimum maturity. Bacterial spot can be a... more

Zone 4b / Self-pollinating and ripens: early August Still the benchmark cultivar for the mid-season. It... more

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Vivagold apricot
Vivagold apricot

zone 5 Fruit has a light orange colour and velvety finish Hard flesh makes its processing quality very good Fruit must be picked carefully for optimum maturity Ripens: late August

zone 5 Fruit has a light orange colour and velvety finish Hard flesh makes its processing quality very... more

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