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Autumn Royal Apricot Tree

Ripens Later than Other Varieties

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Autumn Royal Apricot Tree

Ripens Later than Other Varieties

  • Pale orange fruits with firm, juicy flesh
  • Medium to large fruits
  • Requires 500 chill hours
The latest apricot we know of, ripens in September. Pale orange, firm, juicy flesh. Valuable as fresh fruit, canning or drying. Not recommended for climates with desert-like summer heat. Medium to large, oval fruit. Cold hardy to zone 7. (Requires 500 winter chill hours) September harvest.
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  • Botanical Name: Prunus armeniaca 'Autumn Royal'
  • Height: 12-15'
  • Spacing: 15'
  • Depth:Locate the planting depth indicator, the marked line above the tree's root system. The graft should be about 2 inches above the soil surface.
  • Spread:12-15'
  • Pollinator:self
  • Color: pale pink
  • Size: 1/4" Diameter, 2-4' Bareroot Tree
  • Zone: 7-8

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