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Prunus armeniaca

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Apricot

FAMILY: ROSACEAE

Prunus armeniaca - Apricot
  • A deciduous tree, to 20-30 feet tall.
     
  • Apricots are best suited to climates with consistently cold winters and short dry springs. Thus, in Portland fruit set does not always occur.
     
  • Apricots are native to northeastern China. Commercial apricot fruit production in the U.S. is limited to California.
     
  • #322 is very large for Portland and is estimated to be 100 years old. 

About Apricot at OSU's Landscape Plantssite

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes
320

4823 NE 18th Ave

Private, Front Yard

25' Height

30' Spread

9.8' Circ.

Prunus armeniaca - Apricot