Apricot Trees

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  1. Chinese Apricot Tree Zones: 5-9
    As low as $129.34

  2. Golden Sweet Apricot Tree Zones: 5-8
    As low as $135.99

  3. Moorpark Apricot Tree Zones: 4-8
    As low as $109.44

  4. Goldcot Apricot Tree Zones: 5-8
    As low as $119.39

  5. Tomcot Apricot Tree Zones: 5-9
    As low as $139.29

  6. Wenatchee Apricot Tree Zones: 5-9
    As low as $99.50

  7. Puget Gold Apricot Tree Zones: 5-9
    As low as $113.42

  8. Autumn Glo Apricot Tree Zones: 7-9
    As low as $109.44

  9. White Knockout Apricot Tree Zones: 7-9
    As low as $149.24
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Apricot trees have a long history of cultivation. Apricots seemed to have originated in China and from there they were spread throughout central Asia. From there the Romans spread them into Europe. Apricot fruit is very tasty and they are now widely grown and consumed in the United States. Apricot trees flowers are white or pink and the trees produce a stone-fruit with soft flesh. It ripens to an orange-yellow color. Apricots contain good amounts of vitamin A and kalium. It is also an excellent source of minerals like calcium, phosphorus, iron and traces of sodium, sulphur. Manganese, cobalt and bromine. Apricots do not store well and so they are eaten fresh, dried, or frozen. Apricots are a staple of the jam industry.

Apricot tree need well drained soils for optimum health and production. The soil should be moderately fertile. It is best to thin the fruit early in the season to maximize size and quality. Thin the fruits enough so each individual fruit has about 3 to 5 inches of room. Apricot trees are quite handsome trees in the summer displaying the furrowed bark and heart shaped glossy leaves. A number of apricot-plum hybrids, such as plum-cot, Pluot, and Aprium, have been developed and are gaining popularity. These apricots trees are all orchard quality trees.