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Apricots in Perth

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KathK starts with ...
Hi there, I have Trevatt/Newcastle & Glengarry apricot trees & they've never really done well-think I've had one apricot!
Has anyone in Perth had success with apricots & if so, what variety is it please? Am wondering if it's just not cold enough?
Thanks
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17th February 2014 12:10pm
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kim14 says...
Hi Kath

We have an old apricot tree, not sure of variety as it came with the house, but its very prolific - only time it doesn't fruit is when we prune too heavily and at the wrong time.

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Julie says...
Newcastle early usually does well in Perth, as it requires less chill. I have one, but Roleystone is a lot cooler than where you are. It is next to another variety, but no idea what that one is.

I believe someone has N.early in Kelmscott, which is warmer.
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