This is a freestone apricot—the pit doesn't cling to the flesh, so it's easier to remove, great for projects like making preserves and for quick fresh eating. If you're like our research team, you'll be tempted to eat them all up fast. The rich, honey–sweet flavor makes Sugar Pearls apricots some of the best we've ever tasted. The color is unique too, creamy white instead of the normal yellow–orange hue. It'll bear fruit and a young age, so you won't have to wait quite so long to reap the rewards. Sugar Pearls is more reliable as a blooming accent too, because the flowers open later in the season than most, avoiding damaging frosts better. For the best yield, you'll want another late–blooming variety in the area. Prunus armeniaca 'Sugar Pearls' PP18639
Prunus armeniaca 'Sugar Pearls' PP18639
Form:Fruit, Fruit Tree, Apricot, Standard Apricot, Reachables Apricot
Sun Exposure:Full Sun
Height/Habit:15 - 20 feet
Spread:10 - 12 feet
Spacing:10 - 12 feet
Flowering Date:April to early May.
Planting Instructions:Locate the planting depth indicator, the marked line above the tree's root system. The graft should be about 2 inches above the soil surface.
Growth Rate:Medium 12-24"/year.
Flower Form:Pinkish, 1 1/2-inch blossoms.
Foliage Type:Light green leaves, deciduous, rounded form.
Pruning:A well-structured trimming is necessary when the tree is young. Pruning conditions can be modified when it's two to three years old, to maintain new branching and growth of tips. Remember to remove the dead, diseased, and damaged foliage during any time of the year. Primary pruning is usually done d
Watering Requirement:Water trees deeply after planting and in times of hot, dry, windy weather.
Additional Information:After tasting Sugar Pearls, we were at a loss for words to describe the full-bodied, sweet golden-honey flavor of this incredible white apricot. Totally unlike any apricot (or any other fruit for that matter) you've ever tasted, bursting with sun-sweetened nectar. It's just too good to pass up! Can bear as quickly as a year after planting and blooms much later than all other apricot varieties-so even if you were too far North to grow apricots before-now's your chance! Plant with Harlayne to ensure pollination. Ripens late June to early July. Unique white-fleshed freestone apricot. Honey sweet rich flavor, unparalleled by any other stone fruit. Very quick to bear fruit. Blooms later than other apricot varieties and avoids frost damage. Plant with another late blooming variety to ensure high yields of fruit.
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