Apricot 'Super Gold'
Prunus armeniaca 'Super Gold'
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Apricots are self-pollinating deciduous trees. For best results ask a local nursery for advice on optimal choices in terms of climate, rootstock and variety. The Super Gold apricot has an orange to yellow skin and dark yellow flesh. Uses: Culinary
Super Gold trees flower during Spring. Apricots are harvested during the first weeks of Summer.
Semi-hardwood cuttings grow well in Spring. Commercially apricot cultivars are budded on root stock.
Seed need cold stratification and will grow in Spring after a good cold Winter. Seeds will not breed true-to-type and need to be grafted or budded to keep the same characteristics.
South Africa 1986
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