APRICOTS

 

Apricots available commercially or scion available- 28/8/95 26 varieties.

 

AMERICAN ROYAL <Bathurst>

 

BASHAM  <Bathurst> <Loxton>

 

BEBECOU  <Loxton>

 

BERGERON  <Loxton>

 

BLENHEIM  (SHIPLEY)  Large, good flavour; very productive. [Goodmans1914] {Goodmans95}

 

BLENRIL  <<Ausbuds>> <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

BULIDA <GBRS> <Bathurst> BULIDO  {Goodmans95}

 

CACAK 1V-137 <Bathurst>

 

CACAK X1V-86 <Bathurst>

 

CAMDEN SUPERB  <Bathurst>

 

CANADIAN 21-29  <GBRS> <Bathurst> CANADIAN 27-20  <GBRS> <Bathurst> CANADIAN 55-9   <Bathurst> CANADIAN 28-14  <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

CASELIN  <GBRS> <Bathurst> {Goodmans95}

 

CASES EARLY <Bathurst>

 

CASTLEBRITE  <GBRS> <Bathurst> {Goodmans95} <Ausbuds>

 

CASTLETON  <GBRS> <Bathurst> <Loxton>

 

CATTELL <Bathurst>

 

DIGGER KILPATRICK <Bathurst>

 

DIVINITY  <GBRS> <Bathurst> {VT} <Ausbuds>

 

EARLIRIL  <GBRS> <Bathurst> <<Ausbuds>>

 

EARLY DIVINITY <GBRS> {Goodmans95}

 

EARLY MOORPARK   Medium size, good flavor. Early.  [Goodmans1914] An excellent early variety of medium size.  Early.  [Railton] [Burnley] <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

GLENGARRY  <GBRS> <Bathurst> <Ausbuds> {Goodmans95}

 

GOLDCOT  <Bathurst>

 

GOLDRICH  <Bathurst> <Ausbuds>  {Goodmans95}

 

HAGGITH <GBRS>

 

HARCOT <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

HAROGEM <Bathurst>

 

HASANBEY <Loxton>

 

HASANBEY SDLING

 

HEARNE'S EARLY  <Bathurst>

 

HUNTER  <GBRS> <Bathurst> {Goodmans95}

 

IRWIN <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

IVONE LIVERANI <Loxton>

 

KINGSTON ROYAL <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

MARI DE CENAD  <Loxton>

 

MODESTO <GBRS>

 

MONO <GBRS>

 

MOORPARK   Well known, largely planted for canning.  Medium. [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]  {Goodmans95} <Ausbuds> <Bathurst> <GBRS> MOORPARK H.1 <Bathurst> MOORPARK H.2 <Bathurst>

 

MOROCCO  <<Ausbuds>><GBRS> <Bathurst> <Loxton>

 

MUSEUM <Bathurst>

 

NEWCASTLE EARLY  Very early apricot, long before Oullins; good cropper of medium sized fruit.  Good colour.  [Goodmans1914] {Goodmans95} NEWCASTLE <Bathurst>

 

OLD GOVERNMENT HOUSE <Bathurst>

 

OSWALD <Bathurst>

 

OULLINS EARLY  [Sci] OULLINS {Goodmans95} OULLIN'S EARLY IMPROVED   First-class variety; like Oullins Peach. [Goodmans1914]

 

PALESTEYN <Bathurst>

 

PANNACH <Bathurst>

 

PARKE <Bathurst>

 

PEEKA  <<Ausbuds>> <Bathurst>

 

PELLECHIELLA <Loxton>

 

PEREFECTION <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

PHELPS  <GBRS> <Loxton>

 

PIET CILLIE <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

PINACH  <Bathurst>

 

PIU SHA SIN <Loxton>

 

RELIABLE <GBRS> <Loxton>

 

RILAND <Bathurst>

 

RIVAL  <Bathurst> <GBRS> <Loxton> {Goodmans95}

 

ROUGE DE RIVERSALTES  <Bathurst>

 

ROXBURG RED <Bathurst>

 

ROYAL  Medium, roundish oval; strong grower, and most prolific; largely grown in America for drying.  Medium.  [Burnley]  [Goodmans1914] Medium size, very rich flavour.  Medium.  [Railton]<Ausbuds> <Loxton>

 

RUSA  <<Ausbuds>> <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

SELECTION 346 <GBRS>

 

SKAHA <GBRS> <Bathurst>  <<Ausbuds>>

 

STEPHENS FAVOURITE (Pat.) <Bathurst>

 

STOREY  <GBRS> <Loxton> STOREYS MOORPARK  {Goodmans95}

 

SUNDROP  <Ausbuds> <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

SUNGLO  <Ausbuds> <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

SUNGOLD <Bathurst>

 

TARDIF DE BOURDONEIL <Bathurst>

 

TILTON  New kind from California;  very large fruit, rich colour; said to be a superior canning and drying variety.  [Goodmans1914] <Ausbuds> {VT} {Goodmans95} VV <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

TREVAT  [Sci] TREVATT <GBRS> <Bathurst> <Ausbuds>  {Goodmans95}

 

TUNISIAN G8 <GBRS> <Bathurst> TUNISIAN G54 <Bathurst>

 

VECOT <GBRS> <Bathurst> <Loxton>

 

VELVAGLO <GBRS> <Loxton>

 

VICEROY <GBRS> <Loxton>

 

WENACHEE <Ausbuds><Bathurst>

 

 

 

Missing apricots that there is a record of having once been growing in S-eastern Australia.  28/8/95  78 varieties.

 

ACME OF SHENSE  Tree vigorous, very productive, fruit very large; yellow, with red cheek; good quality, freestone.  Early. [Goodmans1914] 

 

ALBERGE DE MOUNTGANET [Burnley]

 

ALENIS   Hardy and prolific bearer; fruit yellow with red streaked cheek, delicious.  Late.  [Goodmans1914]  

 

ALSACE  Large, pale orange color.  Medium.  [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley] [Sci]  

 

ALLENS EARLY  An early Apricot of good quality.  Medium size. [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]  

 

ANGOUMOI'S HATIVE  Medium-sized; fruit of good quality.  Medium. [Railton]   ANGOUMOIS HATIVE  [Burnley] ANGOUMOIS  [Sci]

 

ASPASIA  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

BEAUGE  Medium size, splendid flavor, good bearer.  Medium. [Goodmans1914]   Large fruit, fine flavour; one of the best.  Medium. [Railton]  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

BELLE DE TOULOUSE  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

BLACK  (Purple Apricot)  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

BLENHEIM PETIT  [Sci]

 

BREDA  [Sci]

 

BUSH PEACH  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

CAMPBELLFIELD SEEDLING  Medium size, orange color, good quality; tree hardy and very good bearer.  Medium.  [Goodmans1914] Medium size,; good quality, tree hardy and a good bearer.  Medium. [Railton]  [Burnley]   . CAMBELLFIELD  [Sci]

 

CANINO GRO <Loxton>  Large; good quality.  Medium.  [Railton]    CANINO GRO <Loxton>  [Burnley]

 

COLE'S ORANGE  [Sci]

 

DEARDON'S SEEDLING  [Sci]

 

DOUBLE PINK  [Burnley]

 

DUNDONALD  Large, orange color, and rich.  Late.  [Goodmans1914] Large; fruit of a very rich flavour.  Late.  [Railton]  [Burnley]  DUNDONALD (Colonial Seedling)  [Burnley]

 

EARLY GOLDEN  Small, sweet fruit, rich, yellow; very productive.  Early. [Goodmans1914]

 

 EARLY ORANGE  Above medium size, and a good cropper.  Early. [Goodmans1914]

 

EARLY TURKEY  Medium size and first-class early variety.  [Goodmans1914] [Burnley]  [Sci]

ELRUGE  [Burnley]

 

FROGMORE LATE PINE  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

GOOLEY  said to be the earliest of the large varieties; very large and of good flavor.  [Goodmans1914]

 

HARRIS  The fruit of the Harris is described as rich, golden yellow, large size and very fine quality; it is an early bearer, and immensely prolific.  [Goodmans1914]

 

HATIVE D AUVERGNE    Medium size, rich, good grower, fine bearer. Medium.  [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley] [Sci]

 

HERMSKIRKE  Very large, bright orange, heavy bearer.  Medium. [Goodmans1914]  Large, fruit, resembling the Moor Park  a fine variety. [Railton]  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

KAISHA   Large, very richly flavoured.  Early. [Goodmans1914] [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

LA DELICIEUSE  [Burnley]

 

LARGE EARLY  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

LARGE RED (Gros Rouge)  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

LUIZET   Very large, rich fruit; a regular and heavy bearer. [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]

 

MANSFIELD SEEDLING  Large, one of the best varieties.  Medium. [Goodmans1914]  Very large fruit, of excellent flavour (the tree is not a good bearer). Medium.  [Railton]  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

MONTGAMET  Medium size, excellent fruit for preserves.  Early. [Goodmans1914]  A large and excellent variety. Medium.  [Railton] [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

MONTPLAISER  [Burnley]

 

MRS. HART  [Burnley]

 

MUSCH  MUSCH  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

NEW LARGE EARLY  (Rivers)  [Burnley]

 

NOONDAY  An apricot sent from America.  Said to be prolific and large. Of Russian origin.  [Goodmans1914]  

 

ORANGE  (Coles)  [Burnley]

 

ORANGE  [Sci]

 

OULLIN'S EARLY PEACH  (Syn Anson's Imperial)   Large, delicious flavor, one of the best early kinds.  [Goodmans1914] A very early variety, of medium size, (the tree is an abundant bearer) [Railton]  [Burnley]

 

PAVIOT  Very large, skin fine, orange-yellow, carmine on the sunny side; flesh fine, melting, sugary, agreeably perfumed.  Late.  [Goodmans1914]

 

PEACH  Large, oval, juicy and sugary, with a somewhat musky flavor. Medium.[Goodmans1914]

 

PENNANT HILL OVAL  Large oval, sweet, and very prolific.  [Goodmans1914] [Burnley]  [Sci] 

 

PERFECTION  <<Ausbuds>>

 

PIET CILLIE  <<Ausbuds>>

 

PINE APPLE  Fruit is large, roundish, and flattened, the skin thin and delicate, deep golden yellow; has a rich pineapple flavor. [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

PRECOCE DE OULLIN'S   [Burnley]

 

PRECOCE DE WUNNIE   [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

PRECOCE VICTORIA  [Burnley]

 

PROLIFIC  [Burnley]

 

RED MUSCALINE  [Burnley]

 

RIVERSIDE  Raised at Riverside Nursery by H Wicks; large, good fruit, coming in before Moorpark.  [Goodmans1914]

 

RIVERS' LARGE RED  Large, very rich and juicy.  Late.  [Goodmans1914]

 

ROBINS IMPERIAL  Fruit medium to large, of good quality; good late variety.  Raised by A.B. Robin, Esq, Nuripoola,  S.A.. [Goodmans1914]

 

ROMAN  Medium size, pale yellow; very hardy, and suitable for cool districts.  Medium.  [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

ROYAL GEORGE  Large, deep orange color; fair variety. Medium. [Goodmans1914]   Medium size, one of the best late varieties.  Late. [Railton]  .

 

ROYAL ORANGE  [Burnley]

 

RU<Loxton>IAN  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

ST. AMBROSE   Very large, rich and good; vigorous grower and heavy cropper.  Medium.  [Goodmans1914]  [Sci]   . SAINT AMBROSIA  [Burnley]

 

SARDINIAN  [Burnley]

 

SHIPLEY'S  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

STEWART'S  [Burnley]

 

SUCKER PARA  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

SUNRISE  A very large and early variety.  [Goodmans1914] .

 

SYDNEY ORANGE  [Burnley]

 

TARDIVE MUSQUE  [Sci]

 

TURKEY  A fine old variety; fruit medium size, nearly round; skin deep yellow in the shade, mottled with a brownish-orange in the sun; flesh pale yellow, firm, quite juicy, with a flavor in which there is an excellent mingling of sweet and acid; kernel nearly as sweet as that of an almond.  Late.  [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

TWYFORD SEEDLING  [Burnley]

 

UHLAN EARLY.  (Friedenstruh Orchard)

 

VIARD  [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

WANDIN SEEDLING  [Sci]

 

WARRICK  Medium size; resembles Moorpark.  Late.  [Goodmans1914] A Medium sized variety, of good quality.  Medium.  [Railton] [Burnley]  [Sci]

 

WILL'S  EARLY  [Burnley]

 

WOODS EARLY  [Burnley]

 

Y.B.C.  [Sci]

 

 

 

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