Apricot, 'Adirondack Gold'

Apricot, 'Adirondack Gold'

$ 30.00

Prunus mandshurica

Variety description: 
This hardy variety originated as a chance seedling found growing in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, where a 60 day growing season is the norm. Small fruit has non-fuzzy skin and dense, sweet flesh. This cultivar is self-fruitful and does not require a pollinator for good fruit set. Later blooming by a few days than other cultivars. This variety was introduced by St. Lawrence Nursery of Potsdam, NY which was long an excellent source for northern climate fruit trees. This was the only apricot tree in our collection to survive the seesawing temperatures of the winter of '15/'16 with flower buds intact. 

Site requirements: Full sun location. Apricots will grow in a range of soil types provided the planting location is well drained. Soil pH of 6.0-7.0 is required. Will grow to 12-15'

Hardiness: USDA zones 4-9.

Plant size: Grafted tree, 24" with strong central leader.

When we ship: Available for FALL 2016 shipping.

Shipping restrictions: Cannot ship to Canada.

Organically grown by Cricket Hill Garden, in compliance with CT NOFA Farmer's Pledge.