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The Plumcot Apricot trees ripens in early June, requiring roughtly 300 chill hours to produce fruit(13 days of temperatures below 45 degrees F.)Luther Burbank in the 1920's successfully crossed the plum with the apricot to form the hybrid, "plumcot". The Plumcot is round, large as an apricot and delicious when taken straight off the tree for fresh eating in early June. The plumcot is salt water tolerant and apricots have flourished for centuries in countries that border the Mediterranean sea.

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Plumcot Apricot October 9, 2014
Reviewer: Allen Amos from Wilsonville, IL United States  
Have several varieties of these. which plumcot variety are they?

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Plumcot March 28, 2014
Reviewer: Mike Goldberg from Houston, TX United States  
arrived in good condition. no idea what root stock it was on unless I called and asked. No planting or pruning information with tree or on website that I found. Which variety of the plumcot was supplied????????!!!!

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