When you want to buy nectarine tree, you want it to come from the cleanest stock available so that you know that your investment will provide you with sweet fruit for years to come. That is why we grow our trees with the greatest care and passion, and we know where our trees come from and how they were grown.
We offer nectarine sales from a specialist fruit tree nursery that finds the history of nectarines interesting. Nectarine trees can expand the selection of fruits that an amateur fruit grower grows, but it was once thought of as being a tree that was difficult to grow for the average gardener in the past.
Peach and nectarine trees are really quite strong and do well in most areas, except those that are very cold. They can tolerate frost while they are dormant very well. You just need to be careful when late frosts happen because they can harm early flowers. These flowers are very beautiful and make your garden and yard look gorgeous.
With nectarine trees, you don’t have to worry about pollinating them because they do so themselves. They don’t require the influence of a dwarfing rootstock to contain them, and they are usually not compatible on Pixy rootstock. Our trees are grafted onto St. Julien rootstock, which provides them with great long-term outcomes, and they can grow up to ten feet in height. If you put your tree in a pot of between 20 and 24 inches, the height will be lower, and it will be easy to handle.
We grow our trees in a cold greenhouse, and they do well on a warm wall on a south or west facing aspect. They need 180 cm x 180 cm to fan train. One thing to watch out for is leaf-curl, which can happen if you’re not careful. Even though it won’t kill the tree, it can cause leaves to blister. This is a fungal disease spread by water, so you want to keep the leaves dry as they start to come out in the spring.
When you’re ready to buy nectarine tree, contact us, and we will be happy to answer any questions you have and to send you a tree grown with the best care and attention. We use generations-old propagation methods and have clean stock, so your tree will grace your home’s green areas for years to come.