Apricot Tree

$21.99

Variety

Supperb Harlayne

Apricot Tree

heightmaturity
Height at Maturity:

Under 25 Feet

exposure
Exposure:

Full Sun

zone
Planting Zones:

5-9

Usage
Usage:

Fruit

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Shipped As:

Bare-root

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Can Not Ship To:

OR. HI. MS. AL. AR. WA. NY

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Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
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Tammy Cardwell

They r not greening up any...I am somewhat worried

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mohammad baloch
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planted

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Doug Norman
Apricot Trees

I am hoping they survive, took too long to arrive, leaves were dried and falling off, paper covering roots were dry, I soak in water over night before planting hopefully they come back so far nothing

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anthony jensen
Mostly good

I ordered 26 fruit trees, (peaches, apples, plums, apricots, mulberrys), I received 31 trees plus a couple of roots not attached to a tree... (not sure if they broke off in transit, or were just tossed in the box with the order). The peach trees were already blooming when I got them, but nothing else was...

I soaked all the bare root trees in a bucket of water over night then began planting the next morning. It took me 2 days to plant all of them. It's been a few weeks now, the peach trees all went dormant again, and everything else has sprouted leaves and started growing. I'm not sure if the peach trees will break back out of dormancy, or maybe not make it...

I planted both of the root chunks that were in the box, one of them has sent up a shoot, the other has done nothing.

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Jeff Thier
Looks good and healthy! Took to planting very well!

Hoping for good growth in the next few years.

$21.99

Variety

Supperb Harlayne

Description Reviews

Superb Fruiting Apricot Trees Ships in Sizes 3-4'

The Advantages of Fruiting Apricot Trees 

Apricot Trees Are a Delightful Addition To Any Garden

They offer a beautiful and unique ornamental in the form of their bloom in the early spring, and delicious fruit comes in late summer.

  1. Proliferate With Very Little Attention

 These trees begin fruiting within two years after planting and require only minimal care to grow and thrive. Fruiting these trees need little pruning and should keep the same shape they were planted with, so the gardener doesn't have to worry about or invest time re-shaping their tree's form. Furthermore, these fruiting varieties can tolerate even poor-quality soil without trouble, removing the pressure to ensure ideal growing conditions.

  1. The Blossoms Present a Beautiful Pink or White Flower that Can Bring Life to Any Yard

 The blossoms adorning the branches are alluring, presenting a beautiful pink or white flower that can complement any landscape. Beyond their stunning visual appeal, these trees are also known for their sweet fruit, which can be used for jams, jellies, and other tasty treats. 

Apricots Branches Are Lower, Which Makes Them Easier to Harvest

 

the beneficial uses for planting apricot trees in your landscaping

 

Planting apricot trees in your landscaping can bring several benefits. Here are some of the advantageous uses for planting apricot trees:

 

  1. Aesthetic Appeal: Apricot trees are beautiful and can enhance the overall aesthetics of your landscape. They have attractive foliage and produce delicate pink or white blossoms in the spring, creating a visually appealing display.
  2. Fruit Production: Apricot trees produce delicious and nutritious fruits. By planting them in your landscaping, you can enjoy a fresh supply of apricots from your backyard. These fruits are high in vitamins A and C, fiber, and antioxidants, making them a superfood in your diet.
  3. Wildlife Habitat: Apricot trees can attract various forms of wildlife to your landscape. The blossoms provide nectar for bees and other pollinators, promoting biodiversity. The fruits also serve as a food source for birds, squirrels, and other small animals, encouraging wildlife to visit your garden.
  4. Shade and Privacy: Apricot trees can grow to a moderate height and develop a dense canopy, providing shade in your landscape. This shade can create comfortable outdoor spaces or protect other plants from excessive sunlight. Additionally, strategically planting apricot trees can offer privacy by blocking unwanted views or creating natural barriers.
  5. Soil Erosion Control: The extensive root systems of apricot trees help stabilize the soil, making them helpful in controlling erosion on slopes or areas prone to soil erosion. Their roots penetrate and hold the ground together, reducing soil erosion caused by wind or water.
  6. Educational Opportunity: Apricot trees can be an educational tool for children and adults alike. You can learn about the life cycle of trees, the process of fruit production, and even the art of preserving apricots. This interactive experience can foster an appreciation for nature and agriculture.
  7. Climate Adaptation: Apricot trees are adaptable to a range of climates, depending on the variety. By selecting suitable cultivars for your region, you can take advantage of their resilience and ability to thrive in diverse conditions.

 

Remember that the specific benefits you derive from planting apricot trees may depend on your climate, location, soil conditions, and care practices.

 This is especially valuable if you don't have tall ladders or sound equipment available. Having branches at a lower tree level protects them from strong winds or other unfavorable weather conditions. Additionally, these fruits are generally smaller than prunes and other stone fruits, which makes them easy to grab with your hands from branches closer to the ground. 

  1. Diseases are Not Usually Problematic 

 This can significantly reduce the hassle and stress of worrying about disease taking over your tree and allow you to take advantage of the natural disease-resistant qualities of fruiting these trees. The hardiness of these trees makes them less vulnerable to disease, meaning they will still be able to thrive even if the environment around them becomes hostile or has other disease problems.  

Fruiting Apricot Trees For Sale Online at TN Nursery 

 All told, fruiting Apricot Trees are worth considering for those looking for an easy-growing tree boasting plenty of sweet rewards.

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
85%
(17)
15%
(3)
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Tammy Cardwell

They r not greening up any...I am somewhat worried

m
mohammad baloch
apricot tree

planted

D
Doug Norman
Apricot Trees

I am hoping they survive, took too long to arrive, leaves were dried and falling off, paper covering roots were dry, I soak in water over night before planting hopefully they come back so far nothing

a
anthony jensen
Mostly good

I ordered 26 fruit trees, (peaches, apples, plums, apricots, mulberrys), I received 31 trees plus a couple of roots not attached to a tree... (not sure if they broke off in transit, or were just tossed in the box with the order). The peach trees were already blooming when I got them, but nothing else was...

I soaked all the bare root trees in a bucket of water over night then began planting the next morning. It took me 2 days to plant all of them. It's been a few weeks now, the peach trees all went dormant again, and everything else has sprouted leaves and started growing. I'm not sure if the peach trees will break back out of dormancy, or maybe not make it...

I planted both of the root chunks that were in the box, one of them has sent up a shoot, the other has done nothing.

J
Jeff Thier
Looks good and healthy! Took to planting very well!

Hoping for good growth in the next few years.