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Self-fertile dwarf Nectarine - Prunus persica nano N (latin)

Area of origin: Horticulture
Adult dimensions: Height up to 1.50m
Foliage: Deciduous
Soil type: Rich and moist. Avoid compact soils
Hardiness: Hardy to -15°C
Exposure: Full sun
Pollinators: self-fertile

Properties and uses:
The dwarf self-fertile Nectarine tree is a dwarf fruit tree that doesn’t grow over 1.50 metres and can be planted in pots. This variety is hardy to -15°C and a prolific fruit-bearer. As a self-fertile tree, only one plant is necessary for fruit production. It produces fruit in its second year. Flowers bloom in early March, before the production of the first fruits in July.

Little maintenance required
The dwarf Nectarine tree adapts to any type of culture and to any place.
When planting in pots always provide a draining system in the bottom of the pot, made of gravel or clay balls. Do not hesitate to spread mulch at the foot of the plant. No pruning is needed.

Several varieties exist:
'Necta Me': Big, flattened fruit, with tasty, juicy, yellow flesh. Yellow and red skin.

Plant them now: the shortest way to your plate is through your garden!

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