Manchurian Bush Apricot Tree

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Manchurian Bush Apricot Tree

Big Fruit in Small Spaces

  • Sets plenty of fruit
  • Ripens in July
  • Plant two for pollination
Gorgeous tree sets a bumper crop of red-blushed golden fruit that ripens in July. Manchurian Bush Apricot has a rounded habit and is often grown as an ornamental tree in the edible landscape. In the springtime, it bursts into bloom with showy, white flowers. Its glossy, green foliage turns golden-orange tones in the fall. The tree produces fruits that are about the size of golf balls. While this tree exhibits exceptional winter hardiness, spring frost can impact its fruit production. For pollination, plant two trees. Zones 3-8.
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Product Details

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  • Botanical Name: Prunus armeniaca 'Mandshurica'
  • Height: 10 - 12 feet.
  • Spacing: 10 - 12 feet.
  • Spread:10 feet.
  • Light Required:Full Sun
  • Yield: Approximately 1/2 - 2 bushels at maturity.
  • Color: White
  • Size: 2-3' Bareroot
  • Blooms: Mid Summer, Late Summer
  • Fruit: Small, plump, golden yellow fruit. Golf ball size and smaller.
  • Zone: 3-8
  • Form: Rounded.
  • Flower Form: Single petaled white blooms.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained, moist, organic loam soil.
  • Growth Rate: Slow to moderate.
  • Pruning: Remove crossed or dead branches. Late fall.
  • Foliage: Glossy green foliage.

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