Ripening in early summer just when you have a hankering for summer stone fruit this delicious variety has red blushed skin and yellow flesh. The fruit are freestone and of a good size. Plant in a sunny well drained spot. Self Fertile. Deciduous.
This freestone Nectarine has gained world-wide popularity. The skin is smooth, glossy and toned bright red over yellow. The golden flesh has a rich flavour, juicy and sweet. Ripens around mid Feb. Plant in a warm sunny spot in well drained soil. Suitable for warmer areas. Self Fertile. Deciduous.
A sweet nectarine with golden freestone flesh that is ready for eating from around about February. The skin is mostly bright red over green. Plant in a sunny well drained position. Self Fertile. Deciduous.
Grown throughout NZ this popular and vigorous Nectarine ripens quite early in summer. The fruit are strongly blushed red over yellow skin. The flesh is very tasty and semi-freestone. Plant in a sunny well drained spot. Self Fertile. Deciduous.
Dwarf Nectarine. Pretty pink blossom in spring followed by yellow fleshed fruit of a good size that ripen around February. Nice compact habit making it suitable for container and court-yard planting. Plant in a sunny well drained spot. Self Fertile. Suitable for warmer areas. Deciduous.
You will be delighted with this delicious dwarf Nectarine that is small in size but not on taste. Large, yellow, juicy freestone fruit ripen March/April. Pretty pink blossom in spring. Suitable for warmer areas. Plant in a sunny well drained spot or perhaps a container. Self Fertile. Deciduous.
An enduring favourite, this variety has fruit that ripen in mid February. The medium sized fruit have mainly red over green skin. The flesh is white, freestone, juicy and aromatic. Good dessert and fresh eating variety. Vigorous and highly productive tree. Self Fertile. Deciduous.
This highly ornamental Nectarine has pink spring blossom and purple-green summer foliage. Along with that you get delicious sweet Nectarines with purple skin and cream coloured flesh. What a combination. Grows well all NZ. Discovered in the Waikato and named after the founder - Mabel. Deciduous.
Very early. 25th November (HB) Bright red and shiny fruit but small unless heavily thinned. Round to oblong shape with pale yellow flesh. A heavy cropping and very vigorous tree with exceptionally early flowering. A low chill variety that requires good frost protection. Self Fertile.
Dwarf. Sweet, yellow, juicy, freestone flesh. Deep pink blossom in spring. Self fertile but best planted with another nectarine or peach to aid pollination. Prefers fertile well drained soil and a sheltered sunny spot in the garden. Ideal for the small garden or in a pot. Ripens February. Deciduous.