Moorpark ApricotPrunus armeniaca
This fruit tree is known for its juicy, sweet-tasting apricots that are good for fresh eating, canning, or drying. Harvest time spans from early July to early August, but the fruit does not ripen all at once. The fast-growing Moorpark apricot tree is self-fertile, but planting two varieties is recommended for a better crop.
Beyond bearing fruit, the tree is also considered an attractive landscape tree, with its spring bloom of whitish-pink flowers.