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Sugar Pearls™ Apricot PP18639

One of the best we've ever tasted

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  • Cream–colored flesh is honey sweet
  • Flowers open late, avoiding frosts better
  • Begins bearing fruit earlier than most
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Height/Habit: 15 - 20 feet
  • Zone: 4-7
  • Flowering Date: April to early May
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Sugar Pearls™ Apricot PP18639

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This is a freestone apricot—the pit doesn't cling to the flesh, so it's easier to remove, great for projects like making preserves and for quick fresh eating. If you're like our research team, you'll be tempted to eat them all up fast. The rich, honey–sweet flavor makes Sugar Pearls apricots some of the best we've ever tasted. The color is unique too, creamy white instead of the normal yellow–orange hue. It'll bear fruit and a young age, so you won't have to wait quite so long to reap the rewards. Sugar Pearls is more reliable as a blooming accent too, because the flowers open later in the season than most, avoiding damaging frosts better. For the best yield, you'll want another late–blooming variety in the area. Prunus armeniaca 'Sugar Pearls' PP18639
Product Details
  • Season Spring
  • Unit of Measure1
  • Botanical NamePrunus armeniaca 'Sugar Pearls' PP18639
  • Sun ExposureFull Sun
  • State RestrictionsAE AK AL AR CA CO GU HI ID LA MS OR PR WA
  • Hardiness Zone4-7
  • Flowering DateApril to early May
  • Planting InstructionsLocate planting depth indicator on tree, the marked line above the tree's root system.
  • Flower Color:pink
  • Flower Form1.5" blossoms
  • Foliage TypeLight green leaves, deciduous, rounded form.
  • Soil RequirementWell-drained.
  • Watering RequirementWater trees deeply after planting and in times of hot, dry, windy weather.
  • Pruning A well-structured trimming is necessary when the tree is young. Pruning conditions can be modified when it's two to three years old, to maintain new branching and growth of tips. Remember to remove the dead, diseased, and damaged foliage during any time of the year. Primary pruning is usually done
  • ShippedSTANDARD 2-4 FT
  • Height/Habit15 - 20 feet
  • Growth RateMedium 12-24"/year
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