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Rose Princess Nectarine

Prunus persica ‘Rose Princess' (PP#11,902)

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Rose Princess Nectarine

Prunus persica ‘Rose Princess' (PP#11,902)

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Botanical Name

Prunus persica ‘Rose Princess' (PP#11,902)

Outdoor Growing zone

5-8

Mature Height

20-25

Mature Width

10-15

Sun needs

Full Sun

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AK, AZ, CA, FL, HI, LA, PR, TX

The Rose Princess Nectarine is a white-fleshed nectarine, while most nectarines are yellow-fleshed. It has extra sweet firm flesh with a delicious juicy fragrance, and the smooth skin is ideal for those who don’t like peach fuzz. A free-stone variety, it is easy to cut and slice with no waste, so perfect for salads and baked goods, or for making jams. The large fruits have a deep red-pink blush that covers almost the whole skin, looking as beautiful as they are delicious. You will be harvesting your crop in mid-July, ready for summer eating. Ripe fruits keep for over 2 weeks in the fridge. The large pink flowers on bare branches in spring make this tree beautiful enough to grow right on the lawn – no orchard needed.

  • A rare white-fleshed nectarine
  • Heavy crop of dark-skinned freestone fruits
  • Ripens in mid-July
  • Extra sweet, with low acidity.
  • Attractive pink spring blooms earn it a place in any garden

Plant your Rose Princess Nectarine in full sun, and grow it in a warm, sheltered place, or against a wall, in colder zones. The soil should be well-drained, but otherwise of any type. Avoid wet or low-lying places. Regular pruning and fruit thinning will give the best results, and this tree is not difficult to grow successfully. It is self-fertile, so carries a full crop even when grown alone.

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