SpecificationsApricot Moorpark has a clean, smooth skin shaded dark orange. Apricots are a nutritious fruit, high in Vitamin A with an incredibly sweet, juicy flavour. This particular variety is also self-pollinating. Maturing mid to late season, late January to early February. Apricot Moorpark will make an excellent addition to any garden and can be used as a feature tree. Plant in moist well drained soil with full to partial sun exposure. Water well and keep soils moist until the tree is established. Apricot Moorpark is not drought tolerant regular watering is recommended. Use a slow release fertiliser when planting and again after new growth appears. Prune if desired as this will encourage new healthy growth. Apricot Moorpark can grow to a height of 9 metres with a width of 6 metres.
Common Name Apricot Plant Type Deciduous, Fruiting, Outdoor, Perennial, Tree Dimensions 9m high x 6m wide Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting No Flower Colour Pink, White Foliage Colour Green Flowering Season Spring Botanical Genus Prunus Botanical Species armeniaca Flower Type No Foliage Type No Market Name Moorpark Width 600 cm Height 900 cm
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