A semi-dwarf form with large crops of large red fruits with a brilliant red interior and soft edible seeds. Tolerates heat and humidity and grows well in most any soil. Works well in border plantings or can be grown in containers. Great addition to xeriscape landscapes. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Requires 150 chilling hours.
Royal produces rather large, orange and yellow fruit that has a wonderful flavor. This selection is best suited for fresh eating or drying. Ripens in midseason. Apricots can be mixed with other fruiting trees to create a home orchard. Does best when planted with other apricot varieties. Requires 400 chilling hours.
The most popular pear. The fruit is large with a smooth skin and juicy flesh. It produces at a young age. Best fruit set with another pear variety planted in the vicinity. The tree has a highly ornamental value with loads of showy white blooms in spring. Requires 400 chilling hours.