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Apricot tree - Fruit tree

Apricot tree - Fruit tree

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In pot 80 -100 cm

Geographic origins: Central and Eastern Asia.
Adult dimensions: Height 4 to 5 meters, width 4 meters.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Soil type: All except too wet.
Climate: Resists up to -18°C, but flowers are destroyed at -2°C during spring frosts. Not recommended north of the Loire.
Exposure: Full light.
Pollinators: Self-fertile.


Properties and uses:
The apricot tree is a fruit tree very popular for the production of its small orange fruits with tasty and sweet flesh. The white or pink flowers appear before the leaves. From the first flowers, it is important to ensure that there is no frost as this will compromise fruit production.
Pruning each year will help ventilate the inside of the tree. Watering will be necessary during periods of drought, especially the first year. Add fertilizer regularly.
The fruits of the 'Bergeron' apricot tree mature from mid-July to mid-August. They are large, yellow-orange, with firm and fragrant flesh. They are perfect to eat straight from the harvest, in pastries or in jam.

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In pot 80 -100 cm

Geographic origins: Central and Eastern Asia.
Adult dimensions: Height 4 to 5 meters, width 4 meters.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Soil type: All except too wet.
Climate: Resists up to -18°C, but flowers are destroyed at -2°C during spring frosts. Not recommended north of the Loire.
Exposure: Full light.
Pollinators: Self-fertile.


Properties and uses:
The apricot tree is a fruit tree very popular for the production of its small orange fruits with tasty and sweet flesh. The white or pink flowers appear before the leaves. From the first flowers, it is important to ensure that there is no frost as this will compromise fruit production.
Pruning each year will help ventilate the inside of the tree. Watering will be necessary during periods of drought, especially the first year. Add fertilizer regularly.
The fruits of the 'Bergeron' apricot tree mature from mid-July to mid-August. They are large, yellow-orange, with firm and fragrant flesh. They are perfect to eat straight from the harvest, in pastries or in jam.