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Japanese Flowering Apricot

The Japanese Flowering Apricot blooms in mid-February when temperatures are still low, making it one of the first blooms we see each spring! The most popular cultivar is the ‘Peggy Clark,’ which grows to be 10- to 20-feet tall. The trees produce double-rose flowers and small, inedible fruit.

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  • Fun sun to part shade
  • Grows best in well-drained soil
  • Pruning will encourage optimum flowering