Other Apricots

aka 其它杏

Follow varieties are available through pre-June order for next year shipping. $29.00/ea for potted which is 3-4 feet including 1 foot pot; $35.00/ea for bare root which is 6-7 feet depending on shipping box you choose.

  • Canadian White Blenheim Apricot -

  • One of the all-time top-scoring apricots in Dave Wilson Nursery blind taste tests. Syrupy sweet white flesh with firm texture. 700 hours. Pollenized by other late blooming apricot. USDA Zones 4-7..
  • Goldcot Apricot -

  • Productive even in cold, humid climates. Medium-sized fruit with golden yellow skin and yellow-orange freestone flesh. Juicy, with tangy flavor, used fresh and for freezing and canning. Originated in Michigan, introduced in 1967. 800 hours. Self-fruitful. USDA Zones 4-8.
  • Harcot Apricot -

  • From Canada. Frost hardy late bloom. Resists brown rot and perennial canker. Medium to large fruit ripens early to mid-June in Central CA. Sweet, juicy, rich flavor one of the best. 700 hours. Self-fruitful.
  • Harglow Apricot -

  • Late-blooming, productive tree, proven in coastal Northwestern climates. Medium size, bright orange fruit sometimes blushed red. Orange freestone flesh is firm, sweet, flavorful. Resistant to perennial canker and brown rot, resists cracking. Originated in Ontario, Canada. Introduced in 1982. 800 hours. Self-fruitful. USDA Zones 5-9.
  • Hunza Apricot -

  • Native to northwest Pakistan, the fruit is sweet and flavorful. Very cold hardy.
  • Moorpark Apricot -

  • Long-time favorite of apricot fanciers for its exceptionally rich flavor and aroma. Reliable producer. Used fresh and for canning. 600 hours. Self-fruitful. USDA Zones 6-9.
  • Nugget Apricot -

  • Large, flavorful yellow freestone. Attractive orange skin blushed with red. Ripens mid-June in Central CA, 1-2 weeks earlier than Blenheim. Vigorous, productive tree. Originated in Ontario, CA. Introduced in 1956. Estimated chilling requirement 500 hours or less. Self-fruitful
  • Patterson Apricot -

  • Reliable, heavy bearing commercial variety. Very firm, medium-sized fruit suited to canning, drying or fresh use. 600 hours. Self-fruitful. USDA Zones 6-9.
  • Perfection Apricot -

  • Very productive, hardy tree. Fruit is very large, sweet and juicy. Performs well where spring frost is a problem. USDA Zones 4-7.
  • Puget Gold Apricot -

  • Proven producer of large, flavorful fruit in Western Washington. Recommended for other western climates where spring rains and frosts limit apricot culture. Harvest early August. 600 hours. Self-fruitful. USDA Zones 6-9.
  • Rival Apricot -

  • Aromatic, slightly tart, large oval fruit. Heavy midseason bloomer, good producer. Early harvest of orange-red blushed or speckled red fruit with deep orange flesh. Reliable variety where frost hardy traits are required. Requires an early blooming pollenizer. Zone 5-8.
  • Tilton Apricot -

  • Highly regarded for canning, excellent fresh or dried as well. Medium to large, firm, rich flavor - one of the best. Widely adapted. Early July in Central CA. 600 hours. Self-fruitful. USDA Zones 5-9.
  • Tomcot Apricot -

  • A consistently productive apricot variety. Large, orange fruit with firm, sweet flesh. Slightly tart, old-time apricot flavor. Early harvest, 2 - 3 weeks before Wenatchee Moorpark. Originated at Prosser, WA, introduced in 1989. 500 hours or less. Partly self-fruitful, largest crops if cross-pollenized by another apricot. USDA Zones 4-8.