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Panamint Nectarine (Prunus persica var. nucipersica 'Panamint')

DESCRIPTION

Panamint Nectarine

Prunus persica var. nucipersica

  • A great tree for any low-chill fruit orchard
  • Medium to large fruits with excellent flavor
  • Bright red-skinned fruit
  • One of the most adaptable fruit trees for a home garden
  • One of the most popular warm climate varieties
  • Self-fruitful
  • Heavy fruit production

Panamint Nectarines are juicy and full of excellent flavor! These are the perfect trees for any low-chill fruit orchard. They have been a long-time favorite in warm winter climates. Homegrown fruit tastes better than anything you'll find at the store. Plus, you get the satisfaction of knowing exactly where your food comes from. We love to plant them in any landscape and take in the beauty of this deciduous tree. They feature attractive green, glossy leaves and aromatic, red-skinned fruit that add to its charm. Plant one or two in your yard and live the good life!

Prunus persica var. nucipersica (botanical name) is an Asian native that grows well in our area. Our milder winter climate makes them an excellent choice for any size yard. Showy white, red, and light pink flowers give rise to the juicy nectarine fruit!

For best results, plant a Panamint Nectarine tree in a spot with full sun exposure. They can tolerate heat and humidity, so they are perfect for our area. These stone fruit trees will benefit from a regular fertilizing program and do best in fertile, well-drained soil. We recommend pruning them to maintain size, and doing this can also encourage new growth.

Biting into a fresh and juicy nectarine is one of life’s simple pleasures. Eat what you grow and skip the produce aisle. Moon Valley Nurseries makes it easy to grow fruit trees with the juiciest fruits on earth. We only sell the trees that thrive in our area. We have them available at fruit producing age.

FEATURES

Full sun

Have beautiful, showy flowers