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Dwarf Crimson Baby nectarine bare root fruit tree

Dwarf Crimson Baby Nectarine

Essential Information

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w)
  • Fruit: Medium sized clingstone fruit with yellow flesh and red over yellow skin.
  • Harvest: November to December.
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Medium.

This is a great flavoured nectarine which has been available in Australia for many years, but now it’s available as a dwarf to home gardeners from PlantNet®. A good addition to the garden for home gardeners looking for something different.

Dwarf Early Rivers Nectarine fruit tree from PlantNet Australia

Dwarf Early Rivers Nectarine

Essential Information

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w)
  • Fruit: Large sized freestone fruit with white flesh and red over yellow skin.
  • Harvest: Early December.
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Medium.

A tender, juicy nectarine which crops well and has a great flavour. This is a good variety for home gardeners looking for an older variety on modern dwarfing rootstock for small spaces.

Dwarf Fantasia Nectarine fruit tree from PlantNet Australia Dwarf nectarine

Dwarf Fantasia Nectarine

Essential Information

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w)
  • Fruit: Medium sized freestone fruit with yellow flesh and red over yellow skin.
  • Harvest: February
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Lower-Medium (not suitable for subtropical or tropical climates).

This nectarine produces extremely attractive fruit that will store well in the fridge.

Dwarf Flavortop Nectarine fruit tree from PlantNet Australia

Dwarf Flavortop Nectarine

Essential Information

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w)
  • Fruit: Large sized freestone fruit with yellow flesh and red over yellow skin.
  • Harvest: January to February
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Medium

This nectarine produces extremely flavourful fruit and is a real winner in most backyards.

Dwarf Goldmine Nectarine tree- Buy online- PlantNet

Dwarf Goldmine Nectarine

Essential Information

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w)
  • Fruit: Medium sized freestone fruit with white flesh and red over yellow skin.
  • Harvest: January to February
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Lower-Medium (not suitable for subtropical or tropical climates).

This nectarine is not often in supermarkets because it doesn’t store exceptionally well – but for this reason is a great nectarine for the home gardener. This variety is an older variety with an excellent flavour.

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Dwarf Nectared Nectarine

Essential Information

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w)
  • Fruit: Large sized freestone fruit with yellow flesh and light red skin.
  • Harvest: Late December
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Medium

This nectarine tree can be a smaller growing tree with excellent tasting attractive fruit. This is a good variety for home gardeners with a particularly small space looking for something different.

Dwarf Peacharine fruit tree from PlantNet

Dwarf Peacharine

Essential Information

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w)
  • Fruit: Medium to large sized freestone fruit with yellow flesh and red over green skin.
  • Harvest: Late January
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Medium

The peacharine is a cross between the peach and the nectarine. This cross combines the best qualities of both fruit – with fuzzy peach skin but with the firmness of a nectarine, and a delicious complex of flavours.

Dwarf Royal Gem nectarine- Buy online from PlantNet

Dwarf Royal Gem™ Nectarine

Essential Information

Variety Jade

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w)
  • Fruit: Medium sized semi-freestone fruit with pink/white flesh and deep red over cream skin.
  • Harvest: Early December
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Medium

This nectarine tree produces a lovely nectarine which looks very ornamental on a plate, and is delicious too! This is a good variety for those looking for something older and a bit different.

Dwarf Sundowner Nectarine fruit tree rootstock from PlantNet Australia

Dwarf Sundowner Nectarine

Essential Information

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w)
  • Fruit: Medium sized freestone fruit with yellow flesh and red over yellow/orange skin.
  • Harvest: Late March
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Lower-Medium (not for subtropical or tropical climates)

This is an older variety, bred in a Florida breeding program. Produces great quality fruits in warmer areas, it suits many areas of Australia well. On a modern dwarfing rootstock, it is available for home gardeners no matter what space they have.

Tuscany Nectarine bare root fruit trees for sale - PlantNet

Dwarf Tuscany™ Nectarine

Essential Information

Variety Caldesi

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w)
  • Fruit: Medium to large sized freestone fruit with white flesh and deep red skin.
  • Harvest: Early February
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Medium

This nectarine tree produces a lovely distinctive red fruit with great aromatic flavours. This is a good tree for customers looking for something different.

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TangO’s flat nectarine - subtropical- Buy online

Dwarf TangO’s® Flat Nectarine

Essential Information

Variety Q 108-65

  • Dwarf Size: 2.5m (h) x 2.5m (w) (not suited to subtropics)
  • Full Size: 3.0m (h) x 3.0m (w) (suitable for subtropics)
  • Fruit: Small to medium sized clingstone (small stone) flat fruit with yellow flesh and dark red over yellow skin.
  • Harvest: December in subtropical areas, January to February elsewhere.
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Low

This variety is offered in QLD and WA as a full-sized tree on low chill rootstock. From other PlantNet® partner nurseries, the dwarf offering is on medium chill dwarfing rootstock therefore not suited to subtropical areas. In South Australia, the full sized tree is offered on medium chill rootstock. This is an excellent variety with novel fruits offering home gardeners something unique.

Nectarina nectarine - Tropical nectarine tree- PlantNet

Nectarina™ Nectarine

Essential Information

Variety Fla.99-1 cn

  • Full Size: 3.0m (h) x 3.0m (w)
  • Fruit: Small to medium sized clingstone (small stone) fruit with yellow flesh and yellow to orange skin.
  • Harvest: Late October
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Low

This variety is offered in QLD as a full-sized tree on low chill rootstock. This is an excellent variety with attractive yellow fruits offering home gardeners something unique and reliable in the subtropics.

Sunnybelle Tropical Sensations nectarine- PlantNet

SunnyBelle™ Nectarine

Essential Information

Variety Fla. 98-8CNW

  • Full Size: 3.0m (h) x 3.0m (w)
  • Fruit: Medium sized clingstone fruit with white flesh and bright red skin that lightens with sugar speckles!
  • Harvest: Early October
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Chill: Low

This variety is offered in QLD and WA as a full-sized tree on low chill rootstock. This is an excellent white fleshed subtropical variety with attractive fruits offering home gardeners something reliable in the subtropics.

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Super Dwarf Sunset Red Leaf Nectarine™

Essential Information

Variety Sunset 2 (Fla. 04-01orn) (PBR PROTECTED)

Size: 1.5m (h) x 1.0m (w)

Fruit: Medium clingstone fruit with yellow flesh and dark red over yellow skin.

Harvest: November-December (subtropical) or January-February (elsewhere).

Pollination: Self-pollinating

Chill: Low.

A great low chill variety for subtropical climates AND most other climates. This variety is offered from QLD on low chill rootstock. From PlantNet® partner nurseries, this variety is available on medium chill rootstock. Being a super dwarf, this variety fits into almost ALL Aussie backyards! Ensure you stock this variety from the correct supplier to receive the most appropriate rootstock for your area. Please contact PlantNet® for assistance if required.

Do not allow the rootstock to shoot and overtake this variety.

Description

The PlantNet® range of nectarines includes super dwarves, dwarves, and full-sized trees with a range of chilling requirements to ensure every gardener has a suitable tree. Note that varieties can differ in flowering and fruiting times depending on your location and year to year. The PlantNet® range of nectarines is easy to grow and we try to ensure that varieties are sold in retail only in regions where they will perform well. We achieve this with our network of conscientious nurseries and online information available to all.

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Suitability Map

Subtropical: Super Dwarf Sunset Red Leaf Nectarine™, SunnyBelle™ Nectarine, Delight-Ful™ Nectarine, TangO’s® Flat Nectarine.

Low chill (warm temperate, mediterranean, warm semi arid): Super Dwarf Sunset Red Leaf Nectarine™, Dwarf and full sized TangO’s® Flat Nectarine, Dwarf Sundowner, Dwarf Goldmine Nectarine​, Dwarf Fantasia Nectarine.

Medium chill: Dwarf TangO’s® Flat Nectarine, Super Dwarf Sunset Red Leaf Nectarine™, Dwarf Sundowner Nectarine, Dwarf Goldmine Nectarine, Dwarf Fantasia Nectarine, Crimson Baby Nectarine, Flavourtop Nectarine, Peacharine, Nectared Nectarine, Royal Gem™ Nectarine, Tuscany™ Nectarine.

Nectarine Harvest Chart

Where To Order This Range:

QLD:

Ausplant Nurseries

Flemings QLD

Common Customer FAQs

What low chill dwarf nectarines are available?

Super Dwarf Sunset Nectarine™ (Aus wide).

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