Late Brittney

Maturity Date:August 5 to August 20
Chilling Hours:800-900
Sold Out Of State:Available Upon Request
Container Type:Bare Root

Maturing forty days after the Brittany Gold apricot, Late Brittney Aprium® interspecific apricot is an exciting season-extender. The freestone Late Brittney ripens in mid-August, exhibiting yellow-orange skin over firm, mildly sweet flesh (15.5% average ºBrix). Larger and firmer than its apricot parent Patterson, Late Brittney is uniform in size (95.6 grams average weight) and maturity throughout the tree. This self-fertile selection has an estimated chilling requirement of 800 - 900 hours. (U.S. Plant Patent No. 18921)

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