Peach & Apricot Trees

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Apricot Buying Guide

Apricots are not as reliable as our pears, plums, or apples, but these varieties are worth a try in a protected spot. 2-3 for pollination. Plant 15’ apart.

Seedling: 1-2 ft tall $35 (possibly 55? TBD) Small: Starter Size, 2-3 ft. tall from base of trunk to terminal bud. $75 Medium: Field Ready, 4-5 ft. tall from base of trunk to terminal bud. $150 Large Bearing age: 6-8 ft. tall from base of trunk to terminal bud. More branching than medium sized tree. trunk diameter approximately 1 inch. $250

Peach Buying Guide

Best in a greenhouse or next to a warm foundation, along a river, or by a lake. Not for coldest locations.
Self-fruitful. Does not need a pollinator. Plant 15’ apart.

Small: Starter Size, 2-3 ft. tall from base of trunk to terminal bud. $75 Medium: Field Ready, 4-5 ft. tall from base of trunk to terminal bud. $150 Large Bearing age: 6-8 ft. tall from base of trunk to terminal bud. More branching than medium sized tree. trunk diameter approximately 1 inch. $250



Reliance Peach
Developed by Professor Elwyn Meader of New Hampshire. We planted some in Burlington that were fruiting heavily their second year and quite good. Now growing in Barre, Richmond, and Montpelier.

 

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