Dave Wilson Nursery is a leading supplier of commercial orchard nursery stock for many fruits and nuts, including almonds, walnuts, cling peaches, prunes and fresh market stone fruits including the Zaiger Interspecifics from Zaiger Genetics. Important new interspecific hybrid rootstocks are Atlas™ and Viking™, also from Zaiger Genetics. Click here to go to the Commercial Catalog.
Commercial Orchard Stock
Good old-fashioned yellow peaches and nectarines are still the mainstay of stone fruit production in California, in spite of the plentiful introductions of new fruit types.
Long a favorite in Europe and Asia, these fruits have recently become an important part of the western U.S. treefruit industry.
As the primary licensor and propagator in the United States of new fruit varieties developed by Zaiger's Genetics, Dave Wilson Nursery is at the forefront of the development of white-fleshed varieties worldwide.
Dave Wilson Nursery produces an annual maturity chart showing harvest times for the fruit and nut varieties we offer to commercial growers. All fruit types are shown in a single chart, providing easy reference to select a succession of varieties through the season, alongside standard selections for reference.
Complex hybrids of plum and apricot, Pluot® and Aprium® interspecifics from Zaiger's Inc. Genetics combine the best characteristics of both parent fruit types. These new fruit types provide the commercial grower unique and exciting new varieties with exceptional flavor.
Top quality standard apricots and Japanese plums (such as Poppy, Hiromi Red and Joanna Red) are continuously in development by Zaiger's Inc Genetics.
New white and red Zaiger cherry varieties will extend the season and improve grower returns wherever they are planted. Zaiger's Inc. Genetics has established a rigorous program for the development of large, firm, early season selections, as well as later-maturing varieties with improved flavor and size.
Dave Wilson Nursery is proud of its privileged position as the primary licensor and propagator in the United States of new fruit varieties developed by Zaiger Genetics.