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Prunus armeniaca L.

Location: Eggers Drive
District: Centerville
Native to: Asia
Tree type: flowering
Leaf retention: deciduous

Comments: Deciduous broadleaf native to Northeastern China (near the Russian border). Man has cultivated Apricots since 1,000 B.C. and the Spanish Padres likely brought this fruit to California in the 1770's. Apricots were extensively grown in Washington Township until urban growth replaced trees with houses. Though the tree can reach 40' or more, most are pruned to low growth.

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NOTICE: This specimen is located on private property.  DO NOT TRESPASS!  No right to enter private property to view the specimen tree is granted by the Roadside Arboretum.  To prevent the transfer of disease and other considerations, do not touch or take samples from the specimen tree or any other plants on the property.

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