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!
Extra large, noticeably sweet and juicy fruit with a golden brown skin. Tree has moderately vigorous growth and is productive. Harvest is late season. This pear is a cross between Nijisseiki and Imamura Aki and is superior to Niitaka. Atago has a long and profuse bloom period, making it a good choice as a pollenizer. Very little thinning required for large fruit. Fruit hangs well on the tree.
~Smooth greenish-yellow skin~
Sweet and juicy. Medium to large fruit with firm, white, crisp flesh. Thin fruit for better size (leave 1 fruit per cluster or youll have marbles). Fruit will store for up to 3 months in the refrigerator. For best production add a pollenizer.
~A heavy, precocious producer~
Elongated nut, medium-sized. Well sealed shell, but soft. Tree growth is medium-sized and stands notably more upright than Nonpareil. Almonds require another almond variety for pollination.