An Apricot Tree for all Seasons
When the weather gets cold, you may have to turn up the heat, but you won’t have to worry about your Chinese Mormon Apricot. This tree is tough. It not only resists cold temperatures, it’s a frost hardy variety that will shrug off sub-freezing temperatures and deliver stellar yields of amazing apricots when the time is right. Not only that, the Japanese Beetle and other common pests are no match for this stalwart specimen.
Awash in dainty, pinkish-white blooms, the upright growth of the long branches is only weighed down by the multitude of apricots that lines each limb. The fruit’s flaming orange presence adds color to the backdrop of tear shaped green leaves that flood the tree. With strength, character and beauty, the Chinese Mormon is a “must have” for that special place you’ve reserved in your garden or landscape.
So Many Apricots, so Little Time
Most apricot enthusiasts will agree: There’s no such thing as too many apricots—especially when they’re this good. This Chinese Mormon is such a reliable, abundant producer, it could feed an army. Before you even taste it, you’ll notice this variety actually looks delicious. It’s bright, light orange skin glistens in the sun. It’s soft, round body fits perfectly between the thumb and forefinger. When you slice one open, be sure to have a napkin on hand. Its sweet juices will begin to drip from the moment you open it.
The Chinese Mormon makes great homemade jams, fruit salads, pies and is wonderful for dehydrating and eating on the go. But for our money, the best way to enjoy this incredible fruit is straight off the tree. The Chinese Mormon Apricot is in short supply.
Don’t let this opportunity get away. Order your Chinese Mormon now.
Growing Zones: 4-7
This plant is recommended for zones: 4-7
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|It's Easy to Plant your Chinese Mormon Apricot Tree
|Step 1 - Dig Your Hole
Select a site with full to partial sun and moist or well drained soil for your Chinese Mormon Apricot Tree.
|Step 2 - Place Your Plant
Next, separate the roots of your Chinese Mormon Apricot Tree gently with your fingers and position them downward in the hole.
|Step 3 - Backfill Your Hole
As you backfill the hole, apply water to remove air pockets.
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