Trevatt is a large apricot that has a pale, red tinged skin with an orange flesh. It is a naturally heavy cropper, so thinning is recommended. It is low to medium chill which makes it a variety that can grow in most temperate regions of Australia.
Pollination: self pollinating
Uses: fresh fruit, stewing, jams, cooking and preserving
Fruiting month: January
- *Each living plant may vary in size, colour, or shape depending on the time of year. Plants on rare occasions may be sent bare-rooted if posted to remote areas.