Early Season NectarineThe Arctic Glo Nectarine Tree is an exciting new sprightly-sweet, early season white-fleshed nectarine. The Arctic Glo has scored high in taste tests. The taste has a nice balance of sugar and acid which makes for a very appealing flavor. The Arctic Glo is a semi-freestone and is highly recommended for home orchards. The fruit produced is medium sized with a dark red skin. Arctic Glo matures about 5 days after the Redhaven Nectarine. This tree does not need a pollinator. This tree can be kept to any height by summer pruning.*White Flesh*Early Maturity*Self Pollinating.
Yellow Fleshed NectarineThe Cavalier Nectarine produces a medium size, firm, and aromatic fruit, with yellow freestone.Cavalier Nectarine has orange-yellow skin blushed with mottled dark red. This nectarine has flesh that is resistant to brown rot.Cavalier Nectarine comes from Virginia. It ripens mid to late July in Central California, one week before Alberta peach.Cavalier nectarines soften rapidly and are best if picked while in a firm condition. It requires approximately 700-800 chilling hours.Cavalier is self-fruitful so does not require cross pollination and needs to be planted in a good site with well-drained and fertile soil.Nectarines need severe annual pruning as the fruit is borne on one year old wood.Avoid low spots where water stands when planting nectarines. The soil pH should be in the 6 to 6.5 range for best results.*Aromatic Yellow Flesh*Freestone*Self Pollinating.
The most widely planted nectarine.The Red Gold Nectarine (‘Prunis persica nucipersica’) is a yellow freestone nectarine. It produces large fruit with a beautiful blush red skin covering its firm, juicy flesh. Although the Red Gold Nectarine is a small tree with a mature height of 12-14 feet it puts on quite a show through the seasons.As with all Nectarine cultivars, the Red Gold does not require cross pollination. It will bear fruit with its own pollen.The Red Gold Nectarine will thrive in full sun and you will be amazed by the abundant harvest in mid-summer. Perfect for eating right off the tree and a top choice for desserts. They’re also great for canning and freezing.Imagine impressing your friends and family with nectarine salsa or add freshly picked nectarines to a salad – perfect on hot summer days.In the spring you will be stunned by the fragrance and beauty when its branches are covered by gorgeous clusters of hot pink flowers. In the summer your Red Gold Nectarine tree will be weighted down with mouth watering fruit waiting to be harvested, against a lovely back drop of shiny deep green leaves.Finally, in the fall your Red Top Nectarine will brighten your yard with its brilliant yellow leaves. The Red Top Nectarine is a great addition to any yard. * Self fruiting* Low maintenance* Great where space is limitedHardiness Zones: Zones 5 to 9.
Hardy & Disease Resistant NectarineNectarine – Mericrest, P. persica var. nucipersica ‘Mericrest’, has mild, slightly tangy freestone fruit and it resists brown rot and leaf spot. Mericrest bears in just 2-3 years and is a juicy freestone with red-blushed golden skin. Ripening by mid to late August, this tree is considered the hardiest of nectarines. It is a delightfully decorative tree and will produce frilly pink blossoms in the spring.Nectarines, like peaches, require well-drained soil and a regular fertilizing program. The nectarine fruit is a variety of the peach tree. Nectarines and peaches are similar in appearance and color as they differ only by a single gene, the gene for skin texture. The peach is dull and fuzzy while the nectarine is smooth and shiny. Nectarines contain a good amount of vitamins A and C. This tree can be kept to any height by summer pruning.*Freestone*Disease Resistant*Hardy.
The Nectarine Nectared, Prunus persica nuciperscia ‘Nectared’, will bear large crops of sweet tasting fruit. Along with the fruit you will enjoy the fragrant flowers it produces. The Nectared blooms in mid-spring and requires full sun for maximum production. Nectared produces succulent red fruit with a red skin and yellow flesh. Well drained soil is essential. The nectarine fruit is a variety of the peach tree. Nectarines and peaches are similar in appearance and color as they differ only by a single gene, the gene for skin texture. The peach is dull and fuzzy while the nectarine is smooth and shiny. Nectarines contain a good amount of vitamins A and C..
Beautiful Tree with Outstanding FruitZephyr Nectarine is a tree that produces fruit of exceptional quality. You won’t want to miss a moment of your tree’s display as it develops from flower to fruit, so plant near a window or patio for optimal enjoyment. Your Zephyr Nectarine is of course renown for the delicious fruit it produces. Just when the summer garden has begun its decline, your Zephyr will prolong the joy of summertime just a bit more. From August into September you can count on your Zephyr’s limbs being laden with its large, slightly ovate fruit. The pinkish-red hues against the yellow/green background tones will create one of the loveliest sights in your yard, drawing you in for a closer look.You won’t be able to resist picking a nectarine fresh from your tree, and holding its sun-warmed brilliance in your hand. Take a bite and you’ll instantly understand why Zephyr is valued as an exception nectarine. Its flesh is firm with a dramatic, sweet flavor that has just enough acidity to give it a little zing. The scent is a luscious lure that will draw you in for taste after taste. Slice one in half and note the pristine, white flesh and the red blush surrounding the pit. Beyond its deliciousness right off the tree, Zephyr’s attractive appearance and freestone pit make it ideal for many culinary purposes.Zephyr Nectarine will grow to around 15 feet tall. It’s resistant to bacterial leaf spot (a problem that diminishes the yield of lesser varieties). It can tolerate a variety of soils and is considered a vigorous, productive tree.Many people love nectarines because, while similar to peaches, they don’t have the fuzzy exterior. They also have more of vitamins A, C and Potassium than peaches, providing you with some added health benefits when you plant a Zephyr. For a lovely, high-producing nectarine tree, Zephyr is certainly a great choice. It’s even self-pollinating so you won’t have to plant more than one…although once you’ve experienced its outstanding harvest, you’re sure to plant more to share with family and friends.*Outstanding fruit*Vigorous and productive.
Sweet and Tangy NectarineNectarine – Independence, P. persica var. nucipersica ‘Independence’, is a white-fleshed fruit with deep red skin and has an excellent tangy sweet flavor.Independence is one of the best nectarines and is hardy to winter cold. Independence ripens very early in the season, well ahead of Redhaven peach. Most adaptable of all fruit trees for home gardens, Independence is a delightfully decorative tree that will produce frilly pink blossoms in the spring. Nectarines, like peaches, require well-drained soil and a regular fertilizing program. The nectarine fruit is a variety of the peach tree. Nectarines and peaches are similar in appearance and color as they differ only by a single gene, the gene for skin texture. The peach is dull and fuzzy while the nectarine is smooth and shiny. Nectarines contain a good amount of vitamins A and C.*Sweet, Tangy Flavor*Early Maturity*Cold Hardy.
Small in Stature, but BIG at HarvestGarden Delight Nectarine is a dwarf, fruiting tree. One would easily fit almost anywhere in your yard, and is especially effective if you have limited space. Garden Delight would also be perfect as a container plant for your patio.Just as its name implies, this nectarine tree is a “delight”! Small in stature, but not small at harvest time, Garden Delight produces large fruit of exceptional quality with little care or space required. You’ll first fall in love with your Garden Delight in the spring, when a late April shower of fragrant, hot-pink blooms blanket your tree with brilliant color. Each bright, double blossom is a masterpiece in itself with its bright pink petals and darker centers. The dense, green foliage of your Garden Delight will take over for a time, eventually providing a lovely backdrop for the late harvest fruit that develops.Garden Delight Nectarines are large, freestone fruits with a red-kissed, yellow skin. The flesh is yellow and has a sweet, orange-like flavor. They’re refreshingly juicy and delicious right off your tree or can easily be used in culinary dishes. Your tree is heavy-bearing, so you can be assured of a sumptuous harvest each year. Your Garden Delight Nectarine will grow about 4-6 feet in height, so it’s very easy to manage even in limited spaces, as well as simple to protect from unexpected frosts. It’s self-fruiting so you can try just one if you like, but we’re sure you’ll want more than one after trying this exceptional nectarine variety.* Sweet, orange-flavored peach * Spring display * Dwarf * Self-fertile * Heavy bearing.
Firey Red NectarineThe Flavortop Nectarine produces large, firm freestone fruit with fiery red skin and flavorful, juicy yellow flesh.With a mature height of 15-25 feet the Flavortop Nectarine will benefit from yearly pruning and is considered the most adaptable of all fruit trees for home garden planting.The Flavortop Nectarine will welcome spring with clouds of soft pink colored blooms followed by abundant red, smooth, shiny, fruit in mid summer.’Flavortop’ is suited for the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, lower Midwest and West. The Flavortop Nectarine is delicious fresh off the tree but it is also perfect for desserts and preserves. Imagine serving creamy nectarine smoothies to family and friends in the summer. Yum, it’s like summer in a glass.With a large harvest you can be a hero in the winter too. Fill your house with the scent of a fresh nectarine cobbler baking for your family. The Flavortop Nectarine is a showy tree that would be a great addition to any yard. A guaranteed cure for the winter blues!* Large, Juicy, Red Fruit* Suitable for Southern States* Freestone and Self Pollinating .
Large, Self Pollinating Red NectarineThe Fantasia Nectarine is a popular, large, yellow, freestone nectarine. The early harvest fruit is firm-ripe and tangy, later harvest is sweet, with rich flavor. It is high-scoring in taste tests. Eating a fresh nectarine, with the juice running down your chin is a joy of summer. Why settle for store bought fruit? Grow one of your own.Fantasia Nectarine produces very large fruit, bright red with yellow skin. They are self fruitful and very vigorous. They require pruning and thinning for consistent, quality crops. They may be held to any height by summer pruning. Moderate fertility and good drainage is a must.* Large, Juicy, Red Skinned Fruit* Freestone* Self Pollinating.
Performs Great in Taste Tests!Harko Nectarine is a fruit-producing tree with a mid-season harvest. One would do well in your yard where you can watch as its spectacular spring display transitions to superb fruit.Large, pink blossoms in spring soon lead to a nectarine that is one of the highest scorers in taste tests. Your freestone fruit will ripen in August, with its red blush over yellow undertones presenting a stunning picture amid the green foliage of your mid-summer tree. Harko is sweet and juicy, with a peach-like quality…but of course without the fuzz. Your Harko Nectarine Tree will grow up to 25 feet in height. It can adapt to a variety of soil types and doesn’t require a pollinator to produce its remarkable fruit. It’s a reliable producer of good sized harvests of nectarines with no split pits. In fact, it tends to produce far too many fruit, so thinning your crop out a bit would help you to have fewer, but larger nectarines.When considering a nectarine variety, Harko should certainly be at the top of your list. Its cold hardy, soil adaptive, disease resistant…and even tastes amazing! You can even try a Harko without buying more than one (as it’s self-fruitful). However, we’re sure that once you’ve tried one you’ll be back for more of this exceptional nectarine variety.* Superior fruit * Brown Rot tolerant * Bacterial Spot tolerant * Cold hardy * Adaptable to a variety of soils * Self-fruitful.