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Stone Fruits

Apricot-Moorpark or Wenatchee Moorpark

fresh eatingprocessing

Smooth, fuzzless, deep yellow skin with an orange-red blush. Juicy, sweet, deep orange flesh. Excellent quality. Good for fresh eating, canning and drying. Good shipper. Vigorous dwarf tree grows 8’-10’ tall. Early, dependable producer. Profusion of showy, pinkish white blossoms in late April. Self-fertile, but fruit set is increased by planting two or more. Long ripening period extends from early July to late August depending on location. 600-700 chill hours. Zones 4-8. Originated in 1760 as a seedling of Nancy from Admiral Anson at his estate in Hartford, England.

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