Hargrand Apricot tree introduced by Richard E.C. Layne at the Canadian Agricultural Research Station in Harrow, Ontario. Fruits are dull orange in color. The size can reach 2.5 inches when the crop is thinned. The flesh is very firm and fine textured. It’s outstanding in flavor. Hargrand trees are tolerant to perennial canker, brown rot, bacterial spot, and skin canker. Hargrand apricot tree is medium in size, self fertile, winter hardy and productive. It ripens before Harlayne apricot variety. The fruit is suitable for fresh market. Grows cold hardiness zones 4-8.
Hargrand Apricot Tree
Hargrand introduced in 1980 by the Canadian Agricultural Research Station in Harrow, Ontario. Tree produce very large fruit with yellow-orange color. The flesh is tasty and suitable for the fresh market. The tree is self fertile, winter hardy. Tolerant to skin cracking, bacterial spot, brown rot, and perennial canker. Cold hardy for zone 4.
General Tree Height/Caliper: Most of our fruit trees (apple, peach, apricot, plum, pear, nectarine, quince, and cherry) are grafted/budded and are 4-6' tall with a caliper/diameter of about 1/4-3/4". Most have more than 5' height and 1/2" diameter. The other trees are seedlings, such as pawpaw, mulberry, persimmon, shade, berry, and flowering trees which range from 18-36" tall.
A rootstock primarily controls a tree's size and how early it bears fruit. Learn more about our specific rootstocks.
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