General Information: An aprium is a fruit invented in the late 20th century by Floyd Zaiger. It is a complex cross hybrid of plum and apricot, being 3/4 apricot and 1/4 plum in parentage. Its exterior resembles an apricot to some extent, but is mostly smooth like a plum.
Apriums are noted for their sweetness (due to a very high sugar content) and their intense flavor.
Aprium is a registered trademark of Zaiger's Genetics.