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Apricot ‘Trevatt Dwarf’ – Freshly Potted*
A large, upright deciduous fruiting tree is self-fertile. Apricot Trevatt produces cordate deep green leaves which changes colour in autumn. Will require annual pruning in Autumn, as this will encourage a stronger branching framework, airflow through the canopy and better fruit quality. Apricot Trevatt produces medium-large rounded fruit with pale yellow-golden skin. The flesh is rich orange, very juicy and soft. The fruit is ideal for making jams, drying or strewing. This is a very reliable fruiting tree that is great for large gardens, food gardens or as a feature tree. Apricot Trevatt grows best in humus-rich soil which is well-draining.
Skin: Pale yellow-gold
Fruit Maturity: (Mid to late season) January – February
Suitable Pollinators: Self-fertile
Position: Full Sun