Apricot trees can be grown in many U.S. climates and produce fruits tastier and
juicier than any available in the Supermarket. Apricots must be harvested
carefully, as they are delicate fruits and do not have a long shelf life.
Additionally, some strains of apricot trees overproduce, bending and snapping
their own branches. These fertile trees must be supported by hand made
Apricot, citrus and apple trees have a common enemy in the Tent Caterpillar.
These caterpillars hatch when the leaves first open. Any visible “tents” can be
removed easily with a broom in the evening and squashed or drowned in soapy
water. If there are too many caterpillars, use a sulfur spray on the tree
Will any of these trees grow in the northeast?