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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Bridal Veil Japanese Apricot, Japanese Apricot)

Plump pink flower buds in mid to late winter open to reveal light pink blossoms with extra petals on the Bridal Veil Japanese apricot. Compared to other cultivars, 'Bridal Veil' produces more floral fragrance and the branches grow gently downward, making it look somewhat weeping, but certainly graceful in habit.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the cusp of spring's return. A native of China and the...

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Dione Japanese Apricot, Japanese Apricot)

The Dione Japanese apricot foretells an impending end to winter by displaying bubblegum pink flowers on barren branches. The double (extra petaled) flowers are delicately fragrant, look like pompoms or crumbled balls, and occur in mid- to late winter. Over time this tree develops more of a spreading, rounded canopy with gnarled branches and dark colored bark.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Japanese Apricot, Josephine Japanese Apricot)

Blushing pink, five-petaled blossoms line the bare branches of the Josephine Japanese apricot in mid to late winter. The result of evaluation and efforts by North Carolina plantsman Tom Krenitsky, this cultivar proves to be more resilient to neglect and less-than-ideal garden conditions than other Japanese apricot trees. Over time it develops a spreading, rounded canopy with gnarled branches and dark colored bark.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Apricot, Kobai Japanese Apricot)

The dreariness of winter is lessened by the semi-double, rose-pink blossoms of ‘Kobai.’ This vigorous Japanese apricot also produces lots of small, apricot fruits. ‘Kobai’ is a Japanese cultivar that’s easily obtained in American nurseries.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the cusp of spring's return. A native of China and the Korean peninsula, this small, deciduous tree has a rounded, spreading crown...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Japanese Apricot, Matsubara Red Japanese Apricot)

The dreariness and chill of midwinter melts with the warm hues of blossoms that grace the branches of the Matusbara Red Japanese apricot. The double (extra petals) flowers are dark red, which for a Japanese apricot, looks more rose-magenta than blood red.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the cusp of spring's return. A native of China and the Korean peninsula, this small, deciduous tree has been in...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Japanese Apricot, Nicholas Japanese Apricot)

The Nicholas Japanese apricot bears cotton candy pink flowers in mid- to late winter. Each blossom bears five or more petals, with varying tones of medium to light pink. This cultivar was selected by Chapel Hill, North Carolina plantsman Tom Krenitsky, and named in honor of his eldest son. It demonstrates a resistance to black canker disease.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the cusp of spring's return....

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Japanese Apricot, Okitsu-Akabana Japanese Apricot)

The pink, semi-double (extra petaled) blossoms of the Okitsu-Akabana Japanese apricot open in mid- to late winter, but slightly later than most other Japanese apricot trees. The flowers are exquisite, rivaling those of the famed Kwanzan cherry that blooms much later in the season.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the cusp of spring's return. A native of China and the Korean peninsula, this small,...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Japanese Apricot, Omoi-No-Mama Japanese Apricot)

In small-scale landscapes, the shrubby habit of the Omoi-No-Mama Japanese apricot matures to a more manageable size. Its ornamental highlight centers on the semi-double (extra-petaled) white flowers with pink blush that grace the bare branches in the doldrums of late winter to very early spring.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the cusp of spring's return. A native of China and the Korean peninsula,...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Japanese Apricot, Peggy Clarke Japanese Apricot)

The dreariness of midwinter diminishes with the appearance of double (extra petaled), deep rose blossoms of ‘Peggy Clarke’. The flowers also displays long stamens that emerge from the mass of petals. The calyx of each blossom - the covering of the flower bud - remains and looks an attractive red. Introduced into the United States in 1941 by plant breeder W.B. Clarke, the cultivar name honors one of his daughters.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Weeping Japanese Apricot)

The promise of spring unfolds when the gently weeping branches of Japanese apricot selection 'Pendula' bear pale pink flowers in mid- to late winter. The flowers are five-petaled, occasionally semi-doubled with extra petals.

A Japanese apricot is one of the glories of the winter garden. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the cusp of spring's return. A native of China and the Korean peninsula, this small, deciduous tree has a mounded, spreading crown and...