Late June to Early July
~A must-have in your orchard~
(NJN100 Cv.) PP#18147 A stunning red nectarine with a cream-colored background. Developed by Rutgers University, this medium sized fruit has a wonderful balance of sugars and acids. Fowler co-owner Denise remembers the first time she tasted this variety and she is excited to be able to offer it to you!
Highly colored fruit, freestone, aromatic and sweet at harvest maturity. Deep orange coloration with a strong red blush on sun-exposed surfaces. Vigorous and upright growth. Self-fertile.
~Best-known Asian pear~
(Nijisseiki) – Bold and refreshingly tart. A fine quality fruit. Skin color: green to greenish yellow, smooth with some lenticels. Size is medium. Flesh: white, firm, crisp, very juicy and sweet. Tree growth: moderate vigor, upright, productive. Heavy thinning required for best size. Storage life: about 5 months. Use Hosui, Olympic, or Shinko as a pollinizer.
Fruit ripens before the Bing, larger in size. Firm and crunchy, with an exceptional mild, sweet flavor. Vigorous, hardy, resistant to bacterial canker.