Compacta 

The weakly growing apricot ,Compacta' is planted in small home gardens and buckets because of its stocky growth form and a final height of maximum 2 meters and amazes by its yearly rich yield of tasty, juicy fruits.

Parents:

,Moongold' x ,NJA20'

Growth:

slowly growing, compact form with upright shoots, moderate branching

Blossom:

medium early, very frost-hardy, self-fertile

Ripeness:

July - August, some days before ,Ungarische Beste' (Hungarian Best)

Appearance:

mid-size, oval fruits, orange coloured with red shades

Quality:

juicy flesh, stone can be removed easily

Taste:

harmonious, fresh taste

Crop yield:

early and very high

Special notes:

low sensivity to late frosts, hower winter protection is recommended for buckets; during blossoming slight susceptibility to monilia;
slowly growing, very compact growth: particularly suitable for buckets for balcony and terrace