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Floyd Zaiger, the father of exotic fruit, bred an Apricot and Plumcot, to create the "Aprium Apricot." He also named the new fruit and trademarked it. The normal cross breeding ratio for an Aprium is 25% Plum and 75% Apricot, but various percentages have been used. Because the...
An Aprium is a hybrid fruit (science calls them “interspecifics”) bred from an Apricot and a Plum. The normal cross breeding ratio for an Aprium is 25% Plum and 75% Apricot but various percentages have been used. Because the Apricot genetics are so prominent in the Aprium...
The Plumcot is a 50% cross between a Plum and an Apricot. It is a new unique hybrid fruit (science calls them “interspecifics”) that has characteristics of both its parents but isn’t really either one. More than 100 years ago, Luther Burbank, a horticulturalist, bred the...
A Pluot is a hybrid fruit (science calls them “interspecifics”) bred from an Apricot and a Plum. Floyd Zaiger bred a Plum with a Plumcot to create the Pluot. He also named the new fruit and trademarked it. The normal cross breeding ratio for a Pluot is 75% Plum and 25% Apricot...
Nutritional Value USDA a:1:{i:0;s:4:"9296";} Gluten Free Yes Low Fat Yes Low Calorie Yes