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Self-fertile dwarf Apricot tree - Prunus armeniaca nano (latin)

Area of origin: Horticulture
Adult dimensions: Height up to 1m, width up to 60cm
Foliage: Deciduous
Soil type: Rich and moist
Hardiness: Hardy to -15°C
Exposure: Full sun
Pollinators: Self-fertile.

Properties and uses:
Dwarf Apricot can grow in a pot as it hardly reaches one meter high. This is a hardy, self-fertile variety – meaning that only one tree is enough to produce fruit – and a prolific fruit producer.
The fragrant, melliferous, white flowers bloom from March to April, and are followed by the first apricots in the beginning of summer.

Not demanding in care
The dwarf Apricot tree adapts to any type of culture and to any place.
When planting, always provide a draining system made of gravel or clay balls in the bottom of the pot. Do not hesitate to spread mulch at the foot of the plant. No pruning needed.

There exist several varieties:
'Garden Aprigold' : Fruit is about 5 cm in diameter, golden yellow or orange skin.

Plant them now: the shortest way to your plate is through your garden!

List of Apricot trees
Fruit Trees Catalogue
Dwarf fruit trees Catalogue

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