HINTS FOR PLANTING APRICOTS- Apricots are very susceptible to "Wet Feet". It is always best to plant on very well drained soil. If you have marginal soil, planting on a large berm about 1 ft. high with a 10 ft. diameter will extend the life of your trees dramatically.
ALFRED Very hardy New York introduction. Medium-small fruit. Very good flavor. Dependably productive.
HARCOT This early variety matures a week before Goldcot. Fruit is medium size, attractive orange with slight blush. Very good sweet flavor, fine texture. Cold hardy; moderately tolerant of bacterial spot.
HARGLO Relatively dependable production. For fresh market, PYO, home gardening. Suitable for home canning. Fruits are medium size, bright orange, freestone, firm, sweet. Compact, late-blooming, productive tree. Moderately resistant to perennial canker, brown rot and bacterial spot. Self-fertile (but it's prudent to have pollenizer variety).
HARGRAND Fruits are exceptionally large, commonly more than 2 1/4 inches. Dull orange with speckled blush. Flesh is firm, orange, freestone; good flavor and texture. Relatively tolerant to brown rot, bacterial spot and perennial canker. Cold hardy.
HARLAYNE Medium-size fruit. Skin carries bright red blush on glossy orange; freestone; very firm. Productive tree. Late ripening. Resistant to perennial canker, considerable resistance to brown rot and to bacterial spot.
HARVAL Orange fruit with red blush. Moderately productive.
HAROGEM Fruits medium-small. Keeping quality is exceptionally good. Skin is red blush on orange; orange flesh. Resistant to perennial canker and to brown rot.
SUGAR PEARL Late blooming, rich, sweet apricot. Self-fertile. A royalty of $3.00 is added to the base price of this tree.