Hargrand Apricot - Prunus armeniaca 'Hargrand'

A 1980 release from Harrow Research Station, Canada. Produces very large yellow-orange fruit with a slight blush. Orange flesh is firm. A freestone. Very good for eating fresh, drying or in jams and preserves. Ripens in late July. Tree is winter hardy and

Water Needs: 
Moderate
Foliage Color: 
Green
Flower Attributes: 
Showy Flowers
Landscape Uses: 
Specimen
Garden Styles: 
Cottage
Traditional
Light Needs: 
Full Sun
Height: 
10-20'
Spread: 
10-20'
Flower Colors: 
White
Flower Seasons: 
Spring
Special Features: 
Edible
Fall Colour
Winter Interest
Growth Habits: 
Round
Upright
Cold Hardiness: 
Zone 5
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Prefers well drained soils. Water regularly as needed. Feed in spring with an all purpose fertilizer prior to new spring growth. Prune when young to create an open branching structure that allows for even light distribution and more consistent ripening of fruit. 

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