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(Dwarf Nectarine, Nectar Babe Nectarine, Nectarine, Yellow Freestone Nectarine)

Even smaller than a typical dwarf, 'Nectar Babe' produces a heavy crop of full-size nectarines, making it ideal for containers, small gardens and limited spaces. Developed by the innovative breeders at Zaiger’s Genetics in Modesto, California, its sweet, succulent 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. ‘Nectar Babe’ is not self-fertile...

(Nectarine, Panamint 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...

(Nectarine, Red Gold Nectarine, Yellow Freestone Nectarine)

Considered by many to be the gold standard of nectarines, ‘Red Gold’ is popular for both home gardens and commercial production. It reliably produces abundant crops of sweet, slightly tart, red-blushed fruit which ripens in mid- to late summer. A freestone variety, its firm, succulent flesh separates easily from the pit and is terrific for both canning and fresh eating. The fruit is preceded by a showy spring display of fragrant, pink flowers. This variety is self-fruitful and does not require...

(Nectarine, Redchief Nectarine, White Nectarine)

‘Redchief’ produces a midsummer crop of deep-red nectarines with unique, white flesh. Although smaller in size, the fruit of this freestone variety is sweet, tart, flavorful and delicious eaten fresh. It is preceded by a showy spring display of fragrant, pink flowers. Self-fertile, it does not require a second pollinator tree in order to produce a crop.

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

(Nectarine, Snow Queen Nectarine, White 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...

(Nectarine, Sunblaze Nectarine, Yellow Semi-Clingstone 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...

Image of Prunus persica var. nucipersica

Willis Orchard Co.

(Nectarine, Sunglo Nectarine, Yellow Freestone Nectarine)

The tried and true nectarine, ‘Sunglo’, was first introduced in 1962 and is sometimes called ‘Stark’s Sunglo.’ It is best known for its succulent, sweet, yellow-fleshed, red-skinned fruits.

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 and 'Sunglo' is hardier than most.

In spring, the boughs of this medium-sized tree become covered with many fragrant five-petaled...

(Nectarine, Sunred Nectarine, Yellow Freestone Nectarine)

This is a widely grown cultivar of nectarine that is 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, 'Sunred' 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 red-skinned fruits. In cold climates the...

(Nectarine, Surecrop Nectarine, Yellow Freestone Nectarine)

Popular in commercial orchards and home gardens, ‘Surecrop’ is a generous producer delicious, red-blushed nectarines which ripen in mid- to late summer. Its sweet, succulent flesh bears mild acidity and separates easily from the pit, making it ideal for both canning and fresh eating. The tasty fruit is preceded by a showy spring display of fragrant, pink flowers. A self-fertile variety, it does not require a second pollinator tree in order to bear a crop.

Closely related to the peach, nectarines...

Image of Prunus salicina photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Japanese Plum)

Although native to China, this small shrubby deciduous tree takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Japanese plums are now grown worldwide. White flowers in late winter or early spring give rise to green-, red-, yellow-, blue-, or purple-skinned fruit with yellow, red, or green flesh. They ripen in late spring or summer, depending on the variety. Rounded, glossy leaves follow the flowers.

Japanese plums do best with full sun,...