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Dwarf Nectarine

Growing to 1.5 to 2.0 metres and a similar width. Sweet, mid-season.  Pollination Group: self-fertile Uses: eating Harvest: January Features: yellow flesh Generic image

Early Rivers Nectarine (dwarf)

Early fruiting with white flesh, freestone. Old variety, small, tender and juicy fruit. Reliable bearer. A dessert variety also suitable for stewing, preserving or drying. • Uses: eating, stewing, cooking, bottling, preserving, drying• Harvest:...

Flavortop Nectarine (dwarf)

Prunus persica var. nucipersica 'Flavortop' is one of the most popular for taste with large, firm, yellow freestone. Large showy blossoms. Developed in Fresno California in 1969. • Uses: eating, preserving • Harvest: Mid-Feb • Chill...

Goldmine Nectarine (dwarf)

A popular variety bred in New Zealand in the mid-20th century. Red over yellow-green skin, white flesh, freestone variety. Low chill requirement so suitable for a wider range of climates. • Uses: eating • Harvest: mid-February to late •...

Nectared Nectarine (dwarf)

Nectared is a well regarded, long established variety with vivid red, spherical fruit. The pulp is yellow and juicy. Uses: eating, stewing, cooking, bottling, preserving, drying Harvest: late December Features: Dwarf approx. 50% of standard tree Image...

Peacharine Nectarine (dwarf)

A mouth-watering cross between a peach and a nectarine. Smooth skin with yellow, sweet, juicy, clingstone flesh. Pollination Group: self-fertile Uses: eating Harvest: mid-January Size: 2m x 2m

TangO® Nectarine (dwarf)

The TangO® Nectarine (Prunus persica var. nectarina 'TangO'®) is an unusually shaped nectarine with flattened fruit, sweet yellow flesh and red skin. • Uses: eating, preserving, cooking • Pollination: self-pollinating • Harvest:...