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This product is shipped from December through the end of June. If your order is placed during our active shipping season, it will be shipped within 10 days from the date of order placement.

Superb Apricot - Ships Dec 2023

Superb Apricot - Ships Dec 2023

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Superb Apricot - Prunus Armeniaca 'Superb'

The Superb Apricot offers various benefits when integrated into landscaping projects, enhancing outdoor spaces' visual aesthetics, functional attributes, and overall charm. This cultivar of the apricot tree presents distinct qualities that contribute to various aspects of landscape design.

This plant ships bare-root and dormant (no leaves or foliage) It will not green out until next spring.

One of the standout benefits of using it in landscaping is its exquisite floral display.

The Superb Apricot produces beautiful pink or white blossoms in early spring.

These blossoms create a breathtaking spectacle that marks the arrival of the new season. This vibrant burst of color adds a touch of elegance and natural beauty to gardens, pathways, and other landscaped areas, elevating the landscape's visual appeal.

It also offers practical advantages in landscaping. Its edible fruit is visually appealing and provides a delicious harvest. The apricots are prized for their sweet and juicy flavor, making them a delightful addition to homegrown produce. This dual-purpose aspect enhances its value, allowing homeowners to enjoy both the aesthetic beauty of the tree and the culinary delight of its fruit.

Its adaptability to various soil types and its ability to thrive in different climate conditions enhance its landscaping benefits. It can flourish in well-drained soils and is suited for multiple planting locations, from temperate gardens to Mediterranean-style landscapes. This adaptability allows homeowners and landscape professionals to incorporate it into diverse design concepts, from edible gardens to ornamental settings.

Beyond its ornamental and culinary attributes, it also contributes to the ecological balance of the landscape. Its blossoms attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies, supporting local ecosystems and promoting the health of surrounding plants. The tree's presence contributes to the overall biodiversity of the area, fostering a harmonious environment within the landscape.

In conclusion, it offers a range of benefits that enrich landscaping projects. Its stunning floral display, edible fruit, adaptability to varying conditions, and ecological contributions make it a valuable addition to outdoor spaces. By integrating it into landscape plans, individuals can create visually captivating, functional, and well-balanced environments that showcase their unique qualities while enhancing the overall appeal and vitality of their surroundings.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
K Marcum
To be an Apricot or not to be …. ???

After my first review, I decided to go to the part of the farm where I have my two Apricots to get a closer look at them. These are trees that must have been grafted from Peach trees??? I used an app to help identify the leaves. The long slender leaves are Peaches and the others all come back as different Plums, most common suggestion was Cherry Plum. What happened to the Apricots to be a combination of other trees??? The lower part of the trunks has the Peach coming from them. A few inches above, where the trunk turns, are the Plums or maybe Apricots??? Now what?

K Marcum

I received a couple of the Apricots in early June 2023. I enjoy watching them grow these past few months. I cannot wait for the day to come to pick the fruits! Soon I’ll have a few dozen, or more, fruit trees, along with some wild ones along the outer parts of the woods.

Xiangqian Li

Apricot Tree

Guy O Ailstock

The apricot tree is leafing out. Right now I'm very happy.

mohammad baloch
apricot tree