Harlayne (August 14th ZONE 4A)

Medium-size fruit. Skin carries bright red blush on glossy orange; freestone; very firm. Productive tree. Late ripening., first harvest date August 14th at the University of Guelph, Department of Plant Agriculture, Vineland. Resistant to perennial canker, considerable resistance to brown rot and to bacterial spot. (BOB PURVIS: of the Harrow apricots, Harlayne is the most winter-hardy--- to -34F on the leaf buds, about -30 on the flower buds--- Harogem a close second, Hargrand a close third).

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