Adirondack Gold Apricot
A selection of Manchurian found thriving and fruiting reliably in the Adirondack Mountains, where a 60-day growing season is the norm. The fruit is a small apricot, superior to the unselected Manchurian, with a non-fuzzy skin, (more like a plum,) and a dense, sweet flesh. Unlike the ‰ÛÏwild‰ Manchurian, it does not require a pollinator.
|Shipping Height||2 to 4 ft|