The nectarine tree was made famous by Luther Burbank the eminent American botanist, who defined it in Burbank, CA as a fuzzless peach, a definition which is generally accepted today as being accurate. New nectarine cultivars have been vastly improved with qualities that better appeal to grocery store customers by researchers who have increased the size, color, shape and “freestone” qualities. Aaron's farm nursery has outstanding nectarine cultivars ready to ship to you fast by UPS. Just give us a call or order your nectarine trees online for in-season fast delivery to your front door.
Sunred Nectarine Tree
Sunbright Nectarine Tree
Karla Rose Nectarine Tree
Sun Red is a variety of Nectarine that requires as little as 250 chill hours so its naturally best for those growers in warmer climates. The Sun Red Nectarine is a free-stone variety from Florida and grows vigorously in the south.
Another variety that is very tasty right when picked from the tree is the Sunbright Nectarine. These plants flourish from USDA Zones 5-9 and are a great addition to any backyard orchard or garden.
If you're looking for a variety of Nectarine to ripen in early June, the Karla Rose Nectarine is your best bet. It's a semi free-stone Nectarine with a white flesh and most enjoyed when eaten fresh off of the tree.
Here in Georgia a summer season just doesn't seem right without eating a bowl of Nectarines. In most areas of the United States you can eat Nectarines in the months of June, July, and August. All of the Nectarine Trees that we carry can grow in USDA Zones 5-9.