Ultra Dwarf Blenheim Apricot Question
I picked up a very nice Ultra Dwarf Blenheim Apricot at Lowe's in Vista, Calif yesterday. Wasn't planning on buying any fruit trees, but this little Blenhein had my name on it (as did the darling little Sanguinelli Blood orange, lol!) Trying to find out a bit more about what sort of rootstock the grower might have used to make this an "ultra dwarf". Usually, my Lowe's uses La Verne Nursery in Piru for their fruit trees, but this fruit tree did not have the La Verne label on it. On the SKU label it had Lowe's info, but also said, "grown by: NBNSY", so that must be some acronym for the grower's name. Not familiar with any grower by those acronyms, so can't contact the grower directly. But thought some of our very experienced members might have an idea about what kinds of stone fruit rootstocks a grower might use to create an "ultra dwarf"?