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Snow Queen Nectarine (Prunus persica var. nucipersica ‘Snow Queen’)

DESCRIPTION

Snow Queen Nectarine

Prunus persica var. nucipersica ‘Snow Queen’

  • Low-chill nectarine tree
  • Attractive pink flowers in spring give rise to red-tinged fruit with a sweet white flesh
  • Self-fruitful
  • Deciduous

The Snow Queen Nectarine is a proven taste test winner. These have been a long-time favorite in Southern California. Try one for yourself and enjoy this sweet and juicy stone fruit that has the most satisfying flavor! Thanks to their low-chill requirements, we can grow them with ease in our mild climate. These are beautiful trees with attractive pink flowers that decorate a yard in spring. The pretty flowers produce the firm, red-tinged fruit with sweet white flesh that we love so much. You will enjoy the sight of the red fruit and dark green foliage growing on this deciduous tree.

Snow Queen Nectarine Trees are a must-have addition to any fruit orchard or kitchen garden. We can make some of the best deserts with nectarines. Try your hand at a nectarine upside down cake, nectarine jam, frozen yogurt, or eat them whole! Skip the produce aisle. Eat what you grow and save time and money!

The best place to plant a Snow Queen Nectarine Tree is in a location with full sun exposure. Once established, they have low to moderate watering needs, but we want to be sure to water deeply during the first growing season. For best results, fertilize before new growth begins in spring.Maintain the shape of the tree with annual wintertime pruning.

Moon Valley Nurseries has the trees and plants you need to create an edible garden. We sell fruit trees at their fruit producing age so that you can enjoy the juiciest and sweetest fruits in no time at all! Visit your nearest location and allow our nursery pros to help you select the perfect tree for the perfect spot in your yard.

FEATURES

Blooms in early spring

Easy to grow and establish

Grows in full sun or part sun