Are apricots from the Dawn Japanese Flowering Tree edible?

Answer The yellow fruit from the Dawn Japanese Flowering Apricot tree is not edible. The 20- to 30-foot tree reaches full height within 10 to 12 years. Besides the inedible fruit the attractive tree spro... Read More »

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