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Apricot Trees
Chinese Apricot, Montrose, Moorepark, Flora Gold
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Chinese Apricot # 1
From seed about 2013, currently in our hoophouse
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Flora Gold Apricot - Standard - Myro
2/16 Bay Laurel order: "... More consistently productive than many other apricots due to being less susceptible to dropping flowers in areas with considerable difference in spring day and nighttime temperatures. Early June harvest, 2-3 weeks before Blenheim (Royal). ... 400 hours or less. Self-fruitful."
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Moorpark Apricot - Standard - Myro
2/16 Bay Laurel order: "... ripens in July. ... 600 hours. Self-fruitful."
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Montrose Apricot - Standard - Myro
2/16 Bay Laurel order: "... From Montrose, Colorado; very hardy and frost resistant. Pit is sweet and edible. Ripens in mid July after Chinese. 800 hours."
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