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Westcot Apricot

Prunus armeniaca 'Westcot'
  • Summary
  • Hardiness Zone & More

Westcot is a very hardy apricot that does best in cooler climates.  The fruit is medium sized, orangish with a blush, well flavo+R511red and attractive.  The flesh is juicy, sweet and freestone.  Ripens in mid-season.  It is self-fertile.

Westcot originated in Morden, Manitoba and is an cross of Scout and McLure, two very hardy apricots.

Fruit Characteristics
  Freestone
Growth Rate/Habit
Harvest Period
Other Attributes
  Sweet
Site Requirements
  Full Sun
Skill Required