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Panamint Nectarine

$35.00$210.00

A great quality nectarine with red skin and yellow flesh. Great tasting and balanced sugar and sour. Easy to grow freestone nectarine tree.  A popular variety for mild winter climates. The fruits ripen in the late summer months of July and August. A low chill fruit tree needing only 250 hours. Self-fruitful, so no pollinator is needed.

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Limited Guarantee and Returns

We guarantee our plants to be true-to-name as labeled and in good health when they leave the nursery. Notify us immediately if there is a problem with any items in your order, such as damage to the plants. Plants are perishable, we do not provide unconditional replacement. If you experience a problem with a plant later in the growing season. We will be fair and will do our best to keep you satisfied. Depending on circumstances, we may offer a 1-time only half-price replacement of the cost of the plants. This half price replacement does not include shipping to send the replacement trees.  For more information, please visit our Guarantee and Returns  page

Panamint Nectarine Tree Information and Care

The Panamint nectarine is a moderate size woody deciduous fruit tree variety. Plant in a Full Sun area in soil with good drainage. In a home orchard settings, space trees as close as 10 feet apart when trees will be kept compact. Keep nectarine trees 10 feet tall and wide with regular pruning. Provide more room, up to 20 – 25 feet from each other to grow trees larger.

Watering Nectarine Trees – How Much and How Often

Panamint nectarine trees thrive with deep, but infrequent irrigation water. Begin to water newly planted trees weekly once the tree leafs out in the early Spring. Increase the frequency as the weather warms up in the Spring to Summer. It’s normal to water 3 times per week during Summer heat waves in sandy loam soils. Reduce the frequency as temperatures reduce in the Fall. Discontinue watering in the Winter while the tree is dormant.

Fertilizing Nectarine Trees – How to Feed a Nectarine Tree

Fertilize your nectarine tree with organic fruit tree fertilizer. Use bone meal and humus based conditioners in the Winter. The low nitrogen, but higher phosphorus and potassium fertilizer with 1-2-2 or 1-4-4 NPK ratio will promote Spring blossoms and fruit development.

Apply higher nitrogen fertilizers such as steer manure and blood meal or feeds where the NPK ratio is 2-1-1 or 3-1-2 in early Spring for good growth through the Summer. Do not fertilize in the Fall, since we do not want to push growth during this time. Growth during the Fall would be weak and lanky. Use high quality trusted materials so the contents are known. If using compost, apply it sparsely during the early Spring while the weather is cool.

Nectarine Pests Management

Use organic horticultural oils such as Neem oil during the winter to reduce and prevent soft-bodied Spring insects. Use organic fungicides such as liquid-cop to manage fungus such as peach leaf curl.

Specifications

Weight 6 lbs
Harvest Time

Summer

Maintenance

Regular

Sun Exposure

Full Sun

Watering

Regular

Size

5 Gal. ~ 3 Ft Tall & 1/3″ Trunk, 15 Gal ~ 5-6 Feet Tall, Full & 1″ trunk, 24″ Box ~ 6-7 Ft Tall, Fuller & 2″ Trunk

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