Nectarines

Prunus persica var nucipersica

Nectarines have grown in popularity over the past few years and are an absolutely delicious fruit. Unfortunately, in areas of high rainfall, like the north coast of California, they are more subject to bacterial canker and brown rot than peaches. For those in drier climates or those who want to try them anyway, we have three mouth-watering yellow varieties and three nectar-sweet white varieties. All are self-fruitful.



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ARCTIC QUEEN

ARCTIC QUEEN

Delicious super-sweet white flesh nectarine with a rich flavor...
$26.95

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FANTASIA

FANTASIA

Large yellow fleshed nectarine that can be harvested firm-ripe...
$26.95

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GOLDMINE New Zealand 1890's

GOLDMINE New Zealand 1890's

A popular old nectarine cultivar and still regarded by many as...
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JOHN RIVERS England late 19th century

JOHN RIVERS England late 19th century

Most of the original nectarines planted in California were...
$26.95

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LIZ'S LATE

LIZ'S LATE

Highest scoring yellow nectarine in taste tests at Dave Wilson...
$26.95

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PANAMINT

PANAMINT

Red-skinned yellow freestone fruit is aromatic with good flavor...
$26.95

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SNOW QUEEN

SNOW QUEEN

One of our favorite white freestones. Extremely sweet and juicy....
$26.95

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