Our marketed apricot varieties
The Bergeron is a classic, orange-skinned, partly bright, French apricot variety, one of the larger-frured apricots. The Bergeron apricot is a freshly-eaten, versatile culinary fruit, perfect choice for a French-style apricot pies.
French-bred Bergeron hybrid apricots. The fruit of a slightly flattened wheel is easily recognizable by its deep orange, ruddy colour and large size. Because of its juicy, sweet, low-acid meat, the fruit is very popular and the best is consumed.
Orange red is an elongated fruit with a colourful skin from purple to orange, which is the result of the sunshine to get a typical dotted texture. Its flesh is solid, durable, and tastes balanced. Whether or not freshly consumed, it is also an excellent choice for kitchen use.
Flavorcot is a new breed of apricot from the United States. This July-ripening variety is one of the most delicious apricots, ideal for example, jam cooking.
A French-bred, large, rounded, bright orange, red-covered fruit variety. Its fruits are juicy, harmoniously flavored, aromatic, ideal for fresh consumption and also suitable for cooking.
Goldrich is a well-kept apricot variety, with a huge fruit and a hard flesh. We recommend it mainly for kitchen use.