Firm, orange fruit with a slight red blush and a very good, sweet flavor. Maturity at the end of July. It is self-fruitful meaning it will produce fruits even if planted alone. Prune in winter. All dead or damaged branches must be eliminated to prevent diseases. For young plants, a regular supply of water is required, mainly in drought periods. For winter, install tree-guard on the trunk to prevent splitting and rodent damages. Hardy and diseases resistant cultivar.
This apricot tree is a favorite for the flavor of its fruit. They are excellent fresh and considered the best for freezing, drying and canning. They are large, firm, golden in color with a red cheek. This tree is also an excellent pollinator for other varieties. It is vigorous, adaptable, robust and resistant to late frosts.
Skin and flesh are both a beautiful bright orange and fruits are delicious eaten fresh, dried or canned. Wenatchee bears large size fruit that is very tasty and he is a reliable producer. Self-fertile, but benefits from cross-pollination with another Apricot.
Nice, slender tree resulting from the cross between a Silver maple and Red maple. Its green foliage in summer turns to nice orange-red tones in fall. This tree has no fruits and has a rapid growth rate.
Selected because of its superior habit and fall color, Matador™ turns deeper red than Autumn Blaze® and colors more consistently. An adaptable tree with an upright, symmetrical form. Gains its fall color a bit later than other cultivars and holds its leaves longer. Excellent choice for lawn, street or park.