|Baker's Gold - SOLD OUT|
|An excellent polinator for the Westcot Apricot|
|Botanical (latin) name:||Prunus armeniaca 'Scout"|
|Height 15 ft (5m)||Spread 15ft (4m)|
|Summer leaf color - green||Fall leaf colour - Yellow|
|Fruit size 4-5 cm (2in)||Fruit colour - Golden yellow|
|Blossom colour - light pink||Fragrance - None|
|Habit - Upright spreading||Placement - full sun|
|Why would you want this tree?||Excellent for eating Fresh or Canning|
Selected at the Baker Hutterite colony outside Bagot Manitoba
The fruit is 3-4 cm in length and is golden yellow/light orange in colour and excellent for eating fresh jams, jellies and preserves but can be messy if the fruit drops on the driveway or sidewalk.
The Baker's Gold Apricot produces a myriad of non-fragrant pink
flowers in early May before the leaves come out. The green foliage
nondescript and the leaves turn poplar yellow in the fall.
|Price last updated on May 15, 2021||Listing of Apricots|