Tilton Apricot Tree

Resists Late Spring Frosts

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Tilton Apricot Tree

Resists Late Spring Frosts

  • Fruits retain bright yellow color when dried
  • Very large fruits
  • Requires 600-700 chill hours
A vigorous, adaptable tree, blossoms are resistant to late frosts, producing heavy fruit set and heavy crop. Excellent for freezing, canning and drying. Very large heart-shaped fruit with firm, flavorful flesh, and light orange skin. Cold hardy to zone 7. (Requires 600-700 winter chill hours) Harvest late June to early July.
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  • Botanical Name: Prunus armeniaca 'Tilton'
  • 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
  • Yield: heavy
  • Color: pale pink
  • Size: 1/4" Diameter, 2-4' Bareroot Tree
  • Zone: 7-8

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