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Image of Prunus armeniaca photo by: Scott Bauer, USDA/ARS

Scott Bauer, USDA/ARS

(Apricot)

This deciduous fruit bearing tree is the parent of most modern apricot cultivars. Native to Northeast China, and introduced to cultivation there more than 3,000 years ago, the apricot reached southeastern Europe via Armenia or Persia in about 70 BC. It was later introduced to Spain by the Arabs. It arrived in England and the eastern United States in the seventeenth century; Spanish missionaries brought it to California in the eighteenth century. Few selections were made until the nineteenth century....

(Apricot)

One of the best apricot cultivars for California, 'Blenheim' accounts for the majority of California's apricot crop. Like most modern apricots, it is a selection of Prunus armeniaca, a native of Northeast China that has been cultivated there for more than 3,000 years.

This small to medium-sized tree has spreading branches studded with short spur-like branchlets. The oval, bright green leaves have serrated edges and reddish purple petioles (stems). In late winter or early spring, pinkish...

(Apricot)

An early-bearing apricot whose fruits ripen several days before those of 'Blenheim,' 'Early Golden' is also less susceptible to frost because of its somewhat later bloom. Like most modern apricots, it is a selection of Prunus armeniaca, a native of Northeast China that has been cultivated there for more than 3,000 years.

This small to medium-sized tree has spreading branches studded with short spur-like branchlets. The oval, bright green leaves have serrated edges and reddish purple...

(Apricot)

One of the best apricot cultivars for regions with mild winters, 'Goldkist' ripens its fruits very early in the season, 3 to 4 weeks before the widely grown 'Blenheim.' Like most modern apricots, it is a selection of Prunus armeniaca, a native of Northeast China that has been cultivated there for more than 3,000 years.

This small to medium-sized tree has spreading branches studded with short spur-like branchlets. The oval, bright green leaves have serrated edges and reddish purple...

(Apricot)

An excellent choice for regions with harsh winters and humid summers, 'Goldcot' is one of the most popular apricot cultivars in southern Ontario and the Upper Midwest United States. Like most modern apricots, it is a selection of Prunus armeniaca, a native of Northeast China that has been cultivated there for more than 3,000 years.

This small to medium-sized tree has spreading branches studded with short spur-like branchlets. The oval, bright green leaves have serrated edges and reddish...

(Apricot)

One of the longest-blooming and -fruiting apricot cultivars, 'Golden Amber' is an excellent choice for mild-climate gardens. Like most modern apricots, it is a selection of Prunus armeniaca, a native of Northeast China that has been cultivated there for more than 3,000 years.

This small to medium-sized tree has spreading branches studded with short spur-like branchlets. The oval, bright green leaves have serrated edges and reddish purple petioles (stems). For nearly a month in late...

(Apricot)

A recent introduction from England, 'Golden Glow' is considered one of the hardiest and most reliable apricot cultivars in its country of origin. Like most modern apricots, it is a selection of Prunus armeniaca, a native of Northeast China that has been cultivated there for more than 3,000 years.

This small to medium-sized tree has spreading branches studded with short spur-like branchlets. The oval, bright green leaves have serrated edges and reddish purple petioles (stems). In early...

(Apricot)

This deciduous fruit bearing tree is the parent of most modern apricot cultivars. Native to Northeast China, and introduced to cultivation there more than 3,000 years ago, the apricot reached southeastern Europe via Armenia or Persia in about 70 BC. It was later introduced to Spain by the Arabs. It arrived in England and the eastern United States in the seventeenth century; Spanish missionaries brought it to California in the eighteenth century. Few selections were made until the nineteenth century....

(Apricot)

The succulent, juicy fruit of ‘Moorpark’ is among the best-tasting of all apricots. Like most modern apricots, it is a selection of Prunus armeniaca, a native of Northeast China that has been cultivated there for more than 3,000 years.

This small to medium-sized deciduous tree displays its showy, pale-pink flowers in early spring, followed by abundant, large, sweet, golden-orange fruit which is slightly fuzzy to the touch. Ripening in midsummer, these apricots are ideal for fresh eating...

(Apricot)

One of the most reliable apricots for regions with moderate winters and hot summers, 'Patterson' is a popular cultivar in the Southwest United States. Like most modern apricots, it is a selection of Prunus armeniaca, a native of Northeast China that has been cultivated there for more than 3,000 years.

This vigorous small to medium-sized tree has spreading branches studded with short spur-like branchlets. The oval, bright green leaves have serrated edges and reddish purple petioles...