Plants at Edible Landscaping
Tree Fruits - Apricots
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Apricots to CA, Europe...
Winter Double Pink Flowering Ume Apricot - Prunus mume
Apricot Ume 2011 Japanese apricot or Ume fruits are eaten raw, candied, boiled, preserved in sugar, pickled in salt and dried, or made into a liqueur. The pulp is also used in the preparation of ume-bishio, a sour jam. At our nursery flowers bloom in February. The early pollen makes Ume an excellent honey bee tree. Very fragrant, large ruffled, deep-pink flowers. Self fertile. Mature height 12'. Sometimes used as a bonsai specimen. Space 10'-15' circle. Zones 5-7.  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on Manchurian$35.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Bongo Ume Apricot - Prunus mume
Bongo Ume Apricot On a mild day in winter, the busy hum of honey bees working this fragrant tree of its nectar, distinguishes this ornamental flowering-fruiting Ume apricot from other prunus species. The fruit of Bongo apricot is larger than most winter flowering apricots, up to 2 inches. Ripening in early summer the fruits are usually pickled into umboshi plum paste. Bongo has single pinkish-white flowers. Space 14' circle, prune to an open vase form. Tree is spreading and productive. Will grow to 15' and usually pruned to an 8-10 foot height. Zones 6-9 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon  Nemaguard-all soils esp. sandy$45.00 * Ready Date (see note)



The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (3 Gallon Nemaguard-all soils esp. sandy May 15, 2016)