Apricots

Apricots are fabulous fresh, cooked (cobblers, pies, jams, pastries and more), and dried for later consumption as a terrific any-season treat; especially appreciated on your next family road trip!

 
 

Tomcot

The earliest apricot we raise, this one has a great traditional Apricot flavor. Less firm than some later varieties, you will enjoy the rich, sweet flavor.
Approximate Picking Dates: July 1 – July 7

Goldrich

Our best selling apricot, this one has a full, rich flavor, a little tangier than expected. These finish to a rich, appetizing orange well before full ripe. Fruit is large and juicy.
Approximate Picking Dates: July 11 – July 21

Rival

Rounder than Goldrich, Rival is a bright orange apricot with an attractive red blush. Fruit is less acidic than Goldrich, juicy, and full flavored. Size is comparable to Goldrich.
Approximate Picking Dates: July 11 – July 21


Goldbar

One of the releases from the Prosser Experiment Station, you will enjoy the rich flavor of these large beauties.
Approximate Picking Dates: July 7 – July 14

Blenheim

Blenheim is a small, sweet apricot favored by many for canning. It’s very pale skin color and tender flesh make it difficult to harvest at proper maturity. We raise them to provide a pollen source, and to preserve a “heritage” variety.
Approximate Picking Dates: July 17 – July 24

Perfection

One of the largest apricots. Clear, yellowish orange to deep orange skin and flesh. Very nice quality, texture and flavor.
Approximate Picking Dates: July 14 – July 17


 

“The apricot of my eye.”