Goldcot Apricot
Goldcot Apricot
Goldcot Apricot
Goldcot Apricot

Goldcot Apricot

Regular price $70.00 Sale price$54.94 Save $15.06

  • This Goldcot Apricot ships in a 1 Gallon Trade Pot
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Goldcot Apricot Trees are a deciduous fruit tree that produces juicy and sweet apricots. The fruit is large and has a golden yellow color with a red blush, making it an attractive addition to any garden. The tree can reach a mature height of up to 15 feet, making it an ideal choice for small gardens.

This variety of apricot tree is self-pollinating, which means you don't need a second tree for cross-pollination. It is also known for its early harvest, with fruit ripening in mid to late June. Goldcot Apricot Trees are hardy and can tolerate a variety of soil types and growing conditions, making them an excellent choice for home gardeners.

When you buy a Goldcot Apricot Tree, you will receive a healthy and well-rooted tree ready for planting. With proper care and maintenance, your Goldcot Apricot Tree will provide you with delicious fruit for years to come.

Additional features: Edible and Self-Pollinating

This Goldcot Apricot ships with established roots in a 1 gallon trade pot

Size: Mature size can reach up to 20'ft in width & height

Light: Full Sun (6+ hours of direct sunlight)

Hardiness: Zone 4 - 8

Characteristics: The fruit is medium to large in size and has a golden yellow color with a red blush. The flesh is juicy, sweet, and aromatic, with a slight tartness. Goldcot apricots have moderate resistance to several common apricot diseases, including bacterial canker and brown rot.

Water & Soil: Goldcot apricots prefer well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. The soil pH should be between 6.0 and 7.0 for optimal growth. If your soil is heavy and poorly drained, consider adding organic matter such as compost or well-rotted manure to improve drainage.
Water regularly, especially during the growing season. It is important to ensure that the soil is moist but not waterlogged.

Goldcot apricots typically require around 700-800 chill hours to properly break dormancy and produce fruit. Chill hours are the number of hours in which the temperature is between 32 and 45 degrees Fahrenheit. It is essential for the tree to receive enough chill hours to produce a healthy crop. Lack of adequate chill hours may result in poor fruit set, delayed harvest, or reduced fruit quality.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: Zone 4 - 8

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Goldcot Apricot

The Goldcot apricot is known for its early harvest, with fruit typically ripening in mid to late June.
Goldcot apricots are self-pollinating, which means they don't require a second tree for cross-pollination.

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