Maturity Date:May 20 to June 5
Chilling Hours:650
Sold Out Of State:Available Upon Request
Container Type:Bare Root

Deep orange color is the hallmark of the Wescot Aprium® interspecific apricot. Wescot has demonstrated higher colored orange flesh and skin than the Tri-Gems apricot. This freestone fruit ripens in the third week of May with uniform in size and firmness throughout the tree. The fruit is large, sizes 5-6 (per lb.), and features firm flesh with a strong flavor (16.1% average Brix). Wescot is somewhat self-fruitful, but sets better with a pollenizer. Estimated chilling requirement 650 hours. (U.S. Plant Patent No. 16597)

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