Plant Descriptions: Fruit Trees - Apricots

Pacific Groves Apricot Trees
   Of the following varieties listed, only Rival and Perfection are self-sterile and need a pollinizer. Peach and Apricot are used as the standard-sized rootstocks and Siberian C and St. Julian A are used as semi-dwarfing stocks.
   Blenheim - "Royal". Medium size, oval, deep yellow. An outstanding variety for eating, as well as very good for canning. Easily the most popular home variety.' Many homemakers leave pit in when canning this variety. Can also be used as a pollinizer. Low chilling requirement. Ripens late May through mid-June.
(Early-mid season/self fertile).
Ultra Dwarf Patio Tree (image)​.
Chinese, Monmon, Sweet Pit - An early-bearing, heavy producing variety. Fruit is of good quality and medium size with yellow to medium orange color. Good flavor and smooth texture. Trees do well in colder climates. Good pollinizer. Ripens mid-June through mid-July. Does well in late frost areas. Skin color is orange with red blush. (Mid-late season/self-fertile).
Goldcot - Tree is strong and blooms late. Fruit is medium to large. Skin is golden and thick, flesh is firm. Resistant to cold. (Late/self fertile). 
Gold Kist - Low-chilling variety best suited for warm winter climates. Heavy bearing. Ripens 4 to 5 weeks before Blenheim, early to mid-May. (Early/self fertile).
Golden Amber - Fruit is large and uniform. Skin is yellow. Flesh is yellow, firm and slightly acid. Resistant to pit burn. Excellent for eating fresh, canning or drying. Long blooming and ripening period. Ripens mid-June to mid-July. (Late/self fertile).
Ultra Dwarf Patio Tree 
   Mormon - A very hardy, very cold apricot. Does well in low chil situations. Plum size golden fruit, very sweet and sprightly. An excellent all around apricot.
(Mid/Self fertile) 
Moorpark - Skin is orange with deep red blush covered by dots of brown and red. Flesh is orange with fine flavor. Good for canning but very soft when ripe. Ripens mid-June. (Early/self fertile) ​(image)​.
Perfection - An outstanding apricot. Fruit is large, firm and delicious. Flesh and skin are colored a bright yellow-orange. Skin has some texture. Trees are hardy and heavy bearing. Needs cross pollination. Ripens mid-May. (Early/needs pollinizer). 
Puget Gold - Tree bears prolifically. Fruit is large and good flavor. Excellent consistent variety for the Northwest. Freestone. (Late/partially self fertile). 
Rival - A vigorous and productive tree. Fruit is large, oval with light orange skin with blush on exposed cheek. Flesh is deep orange, firm, fine textured, low-acid with mild flavor. Pollinize with an early variety. Ripens late May to mid-June.
(Early mid-season/needs pollinizer). 
Royal - See Blenheim
Tilton- Fine-flavored, excellent canning apricot. This selection is very productive. The fruit is medium to small in size. Color is golden-yellow with dark red blush. One of the best varieties for west of the Cascades. Resisant to brown rot and sunburn. Good pollinizer. Ripens mid to late June.
(Mid-season/self fertile).