Introduced in 1987 by Washington State University. Mid-sized, pink blushed, yellow fruit with firm, sweet, deep orange freestone flesh works well for fresh eating and processing. The naturally compact tree is known as a consistent, prolific producer, even in cool, wet springs. In fact, One Green World Nursery calls it the most disease resistant and easiest-to-grow apricot variety of any they have encountered. However–it is still an apricot and we still live in Canada, so it could still break your heart!
SELF-FERTILE | ZONE 4/5 | HARVEST: EARLY AUG.