Nectarine Trees

Nectarine trees are offered mostly on standard sized rootstocks this year- and will make 3-4 metre trees in best conditions. Dwarf Nectarine trees are also listed here – Sunny Dwarf Nectarine, and Yellow Dwarf nectarine, and will yield nectarine trees of approximately 1.5 metres high

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    Dwarf Newboy nectarine

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    Dwarf Newboy nectarine is one of the newer varieties in our list, Newboy has sweet juicy white flesh and very good deep red skin colouring, very high quality fruit, Medium to large sized, freestone, ripens January, self fertile, we offer it grafted onto dwarfing rootstock to provide a manageably sized 2 metre high tree

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    Newboy nectarine

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    Newboy nectarine is one of the newer varieties in our list, Newboy has sweet juicy white flesh and very good deep red skin colouring, very high quality fruit, Medium to large sized, freestone, ripens January, self fertile.

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    Peacharine

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    A peacharine is a cross between a peach and a nectarine, with large, highly coloured fruit, yellow flesh and an excellent flavour. Self fertile.

  • Jack’s Choice nectarine

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    Jack's Choice nectarine was originally grown as a seedling in a trial at Yalca, and just about our latest white fleshed nectarine, nearly as late as Fairlane, chosen by one of our staff as their favourite nectarine, crisp white flesh. Ripens: late March Pollinate with: Self fertile

  • Fantasia nectarine

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    One of the best garden varieties, Fantasia nectarine  is easy to grow with very good resistance to frost. This mouth-watering nectarine produces an excellent crop of vivid orange-red fruits with juicy yellow flesh and a 'free' stone. Early harvests have a fresh tangy flavour, while later pickings taste rich and sweet. Ripens: February Pollinate with: Self fertile  

  • Early Goldmine nectarine

    Early Goldmine nectarine is an early, low chill, crisp white flesh nectarine, one of the first to ripen, extends the season and gives a premium price for fruit that's some of the first to market. Ripens: Dec/Jan Pollinate with: Self fertile

  • Dwarf Yellow nectarine

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    The Dwarf Yellow nectarine is suitable for small spaces, similar in size and capabilities to Sunny Dwarf, ripening at different times, good flavour, succulent yellow flesh

  • Dwarf Sunny nectarine

    Dwarf Sunny nectarine is suitable for small spaces and little backyards, very good as a potted tree, a genuinely dwarfed specimen which if planted in the ground will grow 1 – 1.5 metres, fruits remain normal sized, good flavour, sweet yellow flesh

  • Sundowner nectarine

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    The Sundowner nectarine is an early ripening freestone nectarine, setting very heavy crops of well flavoured, attractive fruits, yellow fleshed, popular in N.S.W. and northern areas for its low chill hour requirement. Ripens: January Pollinate with: Self fertile

  • Maygrand nectarine

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    Maygrand nectarine produces bright red glossy fruit, medium sized, yellow flesh with red streaks, really good flavour, very good fresh eating and also good bottler, early season. Ripens: January Pollinate with: Self fertile

  • Dwarf Flavourtop nectarine

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    The Flavourtop nectarine is a good yellow fleshed freestone nectarine, plenty of red blush, attractive appearance, fruit well liked by many people, cropping mid season, excellent flavour, we offer it grafted onto a dwarfing rootstock to make a manageable 2 metre - 2.5 metre tree - easy to care for, and great for small backyards Ripens: late Jan/Feb Pollinate with: Self fertile

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    Goldmine nectarine

    Classic old fashioned Australian nectarine, the Goldmine nectarine has melting white flesh, gorgeous flavour, freestone, easy to grow and ripening late, smaller sized fruits, our most sought after nectarine. Ripens: late Feb/March Pollinate with: Self fertile

Orders now closed for the 2018 season. We will reopen soon for our 2019 season.