The Early Golden Apricot grows in acidic, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, silty loam, well drained soils.
A large golden apricot which is especially suited to the south and good for eating fresh, baking, canning or drying.
An early, large, flavorful, golden apricot that produces sweet, rich fruit. A landscape tree with attractive leaves and pink or white flowers. Self-Fertile but planting two or more varieties is recommended for a better crop. (Zones 5 - 8)
The standard grows to 15' - 25' in height.
Standard grows to 15' - 20' feet spread.
This tree requires moist, well drained soil and is not drought tolerant.
These simple 2"-4" long, broad leaves alternate on the twig. They are closely toothed along the margin.
pink or white
Large, smooth, orange-gold skin, orange flesh, freestone.