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Apricot Moorpark

Apricot Moorpark


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Product:  Moorpark Apricot

Scientific Name:  Prunus armeniaca

Type:  Fruit tree

Full Grown Size:  15-20 feet tall and 15-20 feet spread

Soil condition:  Acidic, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, silty loam and well-drained soil

Light Requirements:  Full sun

USDA Zones:  4-8

Produces large, smooth, freestone apricots with fuzzless, deep yellow skin and deep orange fles.  Great for fresh eating, canning or drying.  Fruit ripens July to late August.  Self pollinator, but planting 2 or more varieties is recommended for better crop.  Blooms early in the season with whitish-pink flowers.

With their graceful branches adorned in springtime with delicate pink blossoms, Apricot Moorpark trees bring a touch of elegance to any landscape. As the seasons progress, these blossoms transform into luscious fruits, resembling golden orbs that seem to glow in the sunlight.

These trees are also a joy to cultivate, thriving in well-drained soil and full sun. Their relatively compact size makes them suitable for gardens of all sizes, whether you have a sprawling orchard or a cozy backyard. With proper care and attention, Apricot Moorpark trees can reward you with abundant harvests for years to come.

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