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Apricot Tree Fireball 4ltr

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Botanical Name: Apricot Tree Fireball 4ltr Common Name: Apricot Tree Fireball  

Current Average Height (from the top of the pot): 800mm

The Apricot Tree Fireball is a favourable asset to have in any vegetable/fruit garden. Its deep orange colour and fleshy fruit can be used for preserving, jams and fresh summer salads. The tree can grow in moist Australian temperatures and is self-fertilising.

Features:

  • Produces apricots during Spring
  • Deep orange colour
  • Evergreen foliage
  • Hardy tree
  • Great in a fruit/vegetable garden

Position:

Full sun to partial shade

Ideal For:

  • Culinary
  • Espalier
  • Feature Tree
  • Specimen Shrub

Plant Apart:

Height at Maturity:

4m

Environmental Requirements:

  • Soil:
    • Well-drained and well-worked soil
    • Ensure soil is moist until tree is established
  • Climate:
    • Will grow in most Australian environments
  • Durability:
    • Frost tolerant once established
    • Not prone to cracking

Care:

  • Self-fertile
  • Water well until tree is established
  • Can fertilise when first planting and straight after new growth
  • Pruning encourages new growth

Design:

  • Fruit/vegetable garden

Average height from the top of the pot: 800mm

 

 

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