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  • Nectarine 'Sol Dorado' Dwarf

Nectarine 'Sol Dorado' Dwarf

SKU: 16058
$79.99
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Small and mighty tree with full-sized fruit. Naturally dwarfed, this tree is very easy to thin and harvest. Red-orange blush skin with white flesh.

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Description

Botanical Name: Prunus persica var. nucipersica
Cultivar: Sol Dorado Nectarine

Small and mighty tree with full-sized fruit. Naturally dwarfed, this tree is very easy to thin and harvest. Red-orange blush skin with white flesh.

Nectarines are a deciduous stone fruit trees with delicious eating fruit, like peaches without the fuzz! Vigorous growers, they are an excellent addition to small and large backyard orchards. Even though these are self-fruitful, there will be higher yield with more than one variety for cross-pollination.

Deciduous, slow growing, upright tree. 3-5 years before fruit production.

Care

Sun Needs: Plant in full sun (minimum 6 hours).
Soil/Water Needs: Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Water deeply and regularly in the first few growing seasons to establish strong root system. Reduce frequency once established.
Planting and Care Tip: Prune to shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Thin young fruits to increase fruit size. Fertilize in late winter before blooms emerge.
Attracts Pollinators
Self-Fruiting

Quick Facts

Flavor: Freestone fruit with especially nice acid-sugar balance and wonderful, rich nectarine flavor
Mature Height: Dwarf (6’-10’)
Self-Fertile: Yes
Bloom Season: Spring: Spectacular, fragrant pink blooms
Harvest Season: July
Chill Hours: 450
USDA Zones: 6-9
Rootstock: Lovell

Additional planting and care resources:

Rootstocks:For more information on fruit tree rootstocks, click here.

Planting with Pulp PotsAll our dwarf fruit trees are planted in fiber pulp pots. For more information on planting with fiber pots, click here.

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