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Apricot trees for sub-tropics

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Tony starts with ...
I am looking for a low chill apricot tree /varieties/ source that will grow in subtropical areas ie no frost. One possible variety seems to be Glengary but it seems unavailable. Can anyone suggest other varieteies or sources?
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John says...
Newcastle is the parent of Glengarry.
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ammoh says...
Glengarry is v. inferior ,small and splits with freckle disease ;stongly suggest others.
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John says...
yeah, it sucks but its low chill.
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Phil says...
"Sundrop" is a newly introduced variety which can handle warmer winters, although it needs "Trevatt" as a pollinator. I'd also give "Garden Annie", "Katy Cot", "Morocco" and "Newcastle" a go as they all have a low winter chill requirement - that is if you can find them!
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Anonymous says...
Any ideas where you can get these cultivars?
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Phil says...
Heritage fruits might be able to help you track down these varieties
www.permaculturemelbourne.org.au
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