Happy New Year!
Start your new years healthy eating resolution off with a clean, green, ... Fruit Salad Tree :)
Fruit characteristics: Glengarry Apricot is a small to medium sized apricot with pale yellow and red blush skin. It is sweet with yellow flesh and is a heavy cropping variety.
Blossoms: Beautiful white blossoms with red centre in Spring.
Pollination Information: Glengarry Apricots are a self fertile variety.
Can they grow in pots? Yes; we recommend planting your Fruit Salad Tree in pots starting in size of around 40 cm in diameter (see our care instructions for more information).
Height: When planted in the ground our multi-grafted Stone Fruit Salad Trees will grow to approximately 3 metres. They can be pruned to around 2m if preferable. They are fantastic to espalier along a fence or wall.
Fruiting Season: November - December
Preferred Climate: Subtropical to Cold. We don't recommend Glengarry Apricot on coastal areas north of Brisbane or tropical areas.
pH Range: 6.5-7.5 pH
Good news, there is a Stone Fruit Salad Tree suitable for all Australian Climates.
To check your climate and the suitability of Stone Fruits for your area, click on our Climate Map.
In general, Tropical / Warm / Temperate climates can grow the tropical varieties of Stone fruits . Cold climates can grow any of the Stone fruit varieties.
Welcome to Fruit Salad Trees!
We will send you all the tree care advice you need to grow different fruits on one tree and keep the whole household happy!