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(Flavortop Nectarine, Nectarine, Yellow Freestone Nectarine)

Nothing is nicer than a fresh, juicy nectarine. The fruits are much like peaches but they are smooth-skinned and often firmer-fleshed. They are borne from small deciduous trees that are moderately cold hardy. The Asian natives are believed to have been cultivated early on and slowly bred and selected to the point where they produce the large fruits that we see in markets today. Orchards exist in many temperate parts of the world with milder winters.

In spring, the boughs of nectarine trees...

(Garden Delight Nectarine, Nectarine, Yellow Freestone Nectarine)

Nothing is nicer than a fresh, juicy nectarine. The fruits are much like peaches but they are smooth-skinned and often firmer-fleshed. They are borne from small deciduous trees that are moderately cold hardy. The Asian natives are believed to have been cultivated early on and slowly bred and selected to the point where they produce the large fruits that we see in markets today. Orchards exist in many temperate parts of the world with milder winters.

In spring, the boughs of nectarine trees...

(Dwarf Nectarine, Golden Prolific Nectarine, Nectarine, Yellow Freestone Nectarine)

Nothing is nicer than a fresh, juicy nectarine. The fruits are much like peaches but they are smooth-skinned and often firmer-fleshed. They are borne from small deciduous trees that are moderately cold hardy. The Asian natives are believed to have been cultivated early on and slowly bred and selected to the point where they produce the large fruits that we see in markets today. Orchards exist in many temperate parts of the world with milder winters.

In spring, the boughs of nectarine trees...

(Goldmine Nectarine, Nectarine, White Freestone Nectarine)

This is a widely grown cultivar of nectarine, discovered as a seedling in New Zealand long ago and valued for its rich flavor, sweetness, and good crops in warm climates with a bit of winter chill. Like other nectarines, which are mutations of the peach, 'Goldmine' has smooth rather than fuzzy skin. It is a small, spreading, precocious, deciduous tree that flowers and fruits heavily. It is self fruitful. The bowl-shaped flowers are pink or red and appear in early spring, followed quickly by medium-sized...

(Hardired Nectarine, Nectarine, Yellow Nectarine)

Nothing is nicer than a fresh, juicy nectarine. The fruits are much like peaches but they are smooth-skinned and often firmer-fleshed. They are borne from small deciduous trees that are moderately cold hardy. The Asian natives are believed to have been cultivated early on and slowly bred and selected to the point where they produce the large fruits that we see in markets today. Orchards exist in many temperate parts of the world with milder winters.

In spring, the boughs of nectarine trees...

(Harko Nectarine, Nectarine, Yellow Semi-Freestone Nectarine)

This cold-hardy variety bears an abundant midsummer crop of large, round, red nectarines with firm, sweet yellow flesh. A freestone type, ‘Harko’ is ideal for canning, freezing and fresh eating. It is self-fertile and does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce fruit.

Closely related to the peach, nectarines are bred from the same species originating in China and feature smooth rather than fuzzy skin. As with peaches, they require sufficient winter chilling hours in order...

(Le Grand Nectarine, Nectarine, Yellow Clingstone Nectarine)

Developed in California in the 1940’s, ‘Le Grand’ gained popularity for its ability to withstand the shipping process, and is the parent of numerous commercial strains grown today. The firm, yellow flesh of this clingstone variety is sweet with mild acidity, and ripens in midsummer. Self-fertile, it does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce fruit.

Closely related to the peach, nectarines are bred from the same species originating in China and feature smooth rather than fuzzy...

(Martha Jane Nectarine, Ornamental Nectarine)

Nothing is nicer than a fresh, juicy nectarine. The fruits are much like peaches but they are smooth-skinned and often firmer-fleshed. They are borne from small deciduous trees that are moderately cold hardy. The Asian natives are believed to have been cultivated early on and slowly bred and selected to the point where they produce the large fruits that we see in markets today. Orchards exist in many temperate parts of the world with milder winters.

In spring, the boughs of nectarine trees...

(Mericrest Nectarine, Nectarine, Yellow Freestone Nectarine)

Nothing is nicer than a fresh, juicy nectarine. The fruits are much like peaches but they are smooth-skinned and often firmer-fleshed. They are borne from small deciduous trees that are moderately cold hardy. The Asian natives are believed to have been cultivated early on and slowly bred and selected to the point where they produce the large fruits that we see in markets today. Orchards exist in many temperate parts of the world with milder winters.

In spring, the boughs of nectarine trees...

(Dwarf Nectarine, Necta Zee Nectarine, Nectarine, Yellow Freestone Nectarine)

‘Necta Zee’ produces an abundance of full-size nectarines on compact, shrub-size plants, making it a terrific choice for containers, small gardens and limited spaces. Developed by the innovative breeders at Zaiger’s Genetics in Modesto, California, its sweet, delicious fruit ripens in early summer. The tasty flesh separates easily from the pit, and is ideal for both canning and fresh eating. The fruit is preceded by a showy spring display of fragrant, pale pink flowers.

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