Goldcot Apricot Tree - Cold hardy apricot! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall.)
Goldcot apricots are quite large and juicy, with bright golden-yellow skin adorned by red speckles. Goldcot is both self-pollinating and additionally an extremely heavy fruit producer! They contain a classic apricot flavor and are best eaten fresh off the tree. They were developed in Michigan to withstand harsh Midwestern winters and to put on rapid growth through the hot summers, making them an excellent choice of apricot for home orchards all over the country!
What’s great about the Goldcot tree?
Goldcot fruit is widely regarded as having a classic apricot flavor.
Goldcot has no trouble withstanding harsh northern winters! In fact, the variety was developed in the harsh winters of Michigan so you can be sure it will thrive where others won’t!
Goldcot is both a heavy and early producer.
Goldcot is self pollinating!
Cold Hardiness Zones
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
-30° F, (-35° C)
Prunus armeniaca 'Goldcot'
Mature Height (ft.)
10' - 15'
Mature Width (ft.)
8' - 12'
Summer through Fall
Recommended Spacing (ft.)
8' - 20'
Best Seasons to Plant for Zones 7 - 11
Fall through Spring
Best Seasons to Plant for Zones 2 - 6
Optimal Soil Condition
Acidic - Neutral
Deep tangy, sweet
When will you receive your tree?
Our trees are ready to be sent out in November when they begin their state of dormancy and shipping continues through May, depending on the warm spring weather!