|My husband recently purchaes two Aprocot Goldcots from Home Depot. The tag tells us absolutly nothing about the type it is, eating, canning, color or size. Can you help me. Thanks!
|Answer from NGA
April 4, 2009
|Goldcot bears large crops of medium to large golden-skinned freestone fruits. Orange flesh is juicy and fine-textured with tangy flavor. Good for fresh eating, freezing and canning. Ripens mid-July to early August. One of the best for colder areas as buds have above average cold tolerance. It grows 20-30' high and 10-20' wide at maturity. Enjoy!
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