Apricot tree varieties for Bay Area: Turkish types
I ate dried Turkish apricots I found from Whole Foods and they were yummy. Since I was planning to get an apricot tree this fall, I thought I would find out if there are any apricot varieties that have turkish ancestors in them.
(It's likely that the ones from Turkey taste so good just because of the extreme heat that they get during their ripening season. In that case, I'd appreciate suggestions on sweetest varieties of apricots. I am not a great fan of sour-ish apricots you typically get).
I live in Bay area, on the peninsula. It's not very hot but we get decent figs and citrus around here.
Thanks in advance!