Apricot Tree Fertilizer?

Answer Apricots (Prunus armeniaca L.) do well in USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 7, although the many aprioct cultivars and rootstocks extend the growing range. Like most fruit trees, apricots do well in moist,... Read More »

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Does an apricot tree have fragrance?

Select varieties of flowering apricot trees can produce fragrances. The Japanese flowering apricot blooms in spring, with pink, red or white blossoms, and produces a sweet fragrance. Fruit produced... Read More »

How do I transplant an apricot tree?

Transplanting ApricotsTransplant your apricot tree during the winter, when the tree is dormant. Soak the ground around the tree with water the day before you move it to soften the soil. Measure the... Read More »

How to Prune a Dwarf Apricot Tree?

Dwarf apricot trees are essentially the same as their full-sized relatives -- they will produce full-sized fruit, but the tree is smaller. Grafted onto dwarf rootstock, dwarf apricot trees remain s... Read More »

How do I start a tree from an apricot seed?

Plant apricot trees where frost is rare and the soil can be well-drained. Apricot trees are the first fruit trees to produce fruit in the spring and are susceptible to spring frost damage.Growing a... Read More »