Apricot Grafted


The apricot (Prunus armeniaca) is a fruit-bearing tree known for its delicious, golden-orange fruit. Native to China and Central Asia, apricots are widely cultivated in temperate regions around the world.

Apricot trees typically grow 15-20 feet tall and have broad, ovate leaves with serrated edges. In early spring, they produce white or pale pink flowers, which bloom before the leaves emerge. The fruit is small, round, and velvety, with a sweet and slightly tart flavor.

Apricots can be eaten fresh, dried, or used in various culinary applications such as jams, jellies, and desserts. The trees prefer full sun and well-draining soil, and they benefit from regular watering, especially during dry spells.

Due to their attractive blossoms and tasty fruit, apricot trees are popular in home gardens and orchards, providing both ornamental value and a bountiful harvest.

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