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Apricot trees

An Apricot tree will suit a warmer, sunnier aspect in your garden and can also be trained against a sunny wall. Apricot trees can also be grown in a conservatory. Apricot trees are now beginning to be planted in commercial orchards in the UK and fruits from English grown Apricot trees will soon be available in our shops. Apricot trees are more vigorous than Peach & Nectarine and quite different in appearance. An Apricot tree has slightly heart-shaped shiny foliage and flowers very early. The Apricot tree often blossoms in March in southern England, before the leaves appear. Young Apricot trees have a slightly arching habit. They have few cultural requirements except preferring the warmest aspect you can afford them. Winter frost is not so much the problem, Apricot trees are fundamentally hardy, as late spring frosts which can harm the very early flowers. Be prepared to cover the blossoming branches of your apricot tree is late spring frosts are forecast. You will then be assured of a good crop of sun kissed fruits from your apricot tree, later in the summer.[more...]

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