For long reputed the hardiest of New World apricots. A product of the Morden Agricultural Station in Manitoba, planted widely in Canada, wherever an apricot enthusiast is to be found. Fruits of fair quality, deep yellow, semifreestone, sweet but lacking the profound aroma of warm-climate varieties. Still counted as the most reliable dessert apricot in the far north. Mid July. 1200 hours. On 29c.