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Goldcot Apricot Tree (Prunus armeniaca 'Goldcott) (Self Fertile) RELIABLE + HEAVY CROPS + DISEASE RESISTANT + UK TREE, 2-3 years old, Delivered 1.5-2.00m **FREE UK MAINLAND DELIVERY + FREE 100% TREE WARRANTY**  
Goldcot Apricot Tree (Prunus armeniaca 'Goldcott) (Self Fertile) RELIABLE  + HEAVY CROPS + DISEASE RESISTANT + UK TREE, 2-3 years old,  Delivered 1.5-2.00m **FREE UK MAINLAND DELIVERY + FREE 100% TREE WARRANTY**
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 £45.00 
Available Options:
Rootstock Qty
St Julian A Grows to 3.5m * default  
DELIVERED AUGUST 2019
Torinel Grows to 3.0m (+£1.50)   

All fruit trees certified virus free with a FREE FRUIT TREE WARRANTY. Most are UK seeds/grown with up to 4 years root and 2 years tree growth or more. Smaller rootstocks can bear fruit the first year. Looking to buy several fruit trees? Click here for our FREE FRUIT TREE OFFERAll basic pruning requirements completed before delivery.

Goldcot Apricot Tree

A good reliable modern variety, Gold Cott (Prunus armeniaca 'Gold Cott') was first introduced in the United States of America.  A somewhat vigorous apricot, producing healthy relaible crops of good sized fruit.  Selected for its suitability for cold wet climates such as the UK. The tree is very hardy, vigorous and resistant to leaf spot. The fruit are medium to large, golden yellow with quite a thick skin, making them ideal for storage in the fridge for some weeks.  Also good for freezing and bottling.  We commend this variety of apricot, not just because we are the ones selling them but because they are popular for good reason.

Type of Apricot: Eating

Picking Period: August

Fertility: This apricot is self-fertile, so no need for another apricot to act as a pollination partner for it to produce fruit.

Available on the following rootstock:

Torinel Semi-Vigorous Rootstock giving a final height of 3.6 metres supplied in a 7 litre container

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What Our Customers Are Saying About Our Goldcot Apricot Tree

January 2014:All is ok. Goldcot tree is in excellent condition very pleased with it on of the best we have purchased to date thank you. Michael 
January 2014:Dear Senior Dogsbody, Goldcot Apricot tree arrived by 'OVERNIGHT' Couriers at 0710hrs which is fine for me because like most of your customers I have a cup of tea at 0600hrs ready for an early start in the garden. Very well packed and looks to be a fine specimen; a well-shaped tree in excellent condition. Now planted up and we look forward to the first apricot tart. As they say the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Many thanks Chris Wakeman Senior Under Gardener

August 2012: Hello Alan, Hope that your multitasking skills run to reading this with your mouth full. After the false alarm last Thursday we are pleased to announce the delivery of a healthy baby which arrived one day late but ready named Apricot Goldcot, the surrogate carrier is recovering after the long delivery but we know the father and he was a real grafter so we are expecting great things from our little peach. She is already potty trained and hopes to move on soon to our earth closet against the garden wall where we all sit in the sun. Very good healthy tree, well packaged and presented, thank you for handsomely honouring your guarantee. Sincerely, Jonathan Harding 

Quick Fruit Tree Links
Take a look at our 
TOP SELLING FRUIT TREES, Wet ground issues then choose a PEAR TREE first, followed by APPLE TREES. For more information on pollination please look at  POLLINATION EXPLAINED or choosing the CORRECT POLLINATION PARTNER

Fruit Tree Life Expectancy
Most fruit trees will give you AT LEAST 40 years of fruit. Pears can go to 70. Records of 200 year old trees exist but this is the exception, not the rule.

Do I Need To Stake My Bare Root Fruit Tree?
9 out of 10 times the answer will be no, especially if under 200cm tall. However our article on Tree Staking should help guide you. 

Apricot Tree Advice
Not a very demanding tree but a few things to remember.

  • Make sure you plant the Apricot tree in a well drained spot where there is a lot of sun.
  • Although these Apricot trees are self fertile, it still helps to hand pollinate with a small brush
  • Prune the tree to allow sun in and air to circulate into the centre.
  • As Apricots are early flowering fruit trees, they may be exposed to spring frosts. A fleece over the tree or planting close to a wall should help.  
  • If you have a large Apricot crop, prune in Mid May as part of the fruit thinning procedure. If a small crop, prune after harvest. Never prune in October through to end of April.
  • If pot growing Apricots consistent watering is essential. A dry spell followed by watering can split the fruit.

Important Apricot Fruit Tree information
As with other stone fruit trees such as Plum, Damsons and Gages, Apricot fruit trees are a bit spoilt when it comes to being left in a container over Winter (Oct-March) They may decide out of spite to not do so well next year or as the ultimate act of defiance, just stop living. If you must have your Apricot fruit tree in a container, we advise leaving in a greenhouse or conservatory over the Winter months.

Apricot Root Stocks Explained

All our trees come with root stock options. Each options is made up of several parts. The things you need to know about Apricot root stocks are the following:

St Julien:  Grows to 3.6 metres (More fruit than Torinel but takes longer for first full harvest) 
Torinel:  Grows to 3.0 metre (should fruit slightly faster but less of a yield compared to St Julien)
Maiden: Is one year old (good for re-shaping or other training)
Bush:  Has branches starting lower down the main trunk. 
Bare root: Comes with roots exposed, no pot or earth surrounding them (cheaper)  

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