Arctic Star

Maturity Date:June 1 to June 15
Chilling Hours:550-650
Sold Out Of State:Available Upon Request
Container Type:Bare Root

The early-blooming Arctic Star nectarine ripens from the last week of May to the 1st week of June. This semi-freestone white-fleshed nectarine receives high scores in taste tests due to its low acid flavor and non-melting flesh. Arctic Star catches the eye with beautiful dark red skin (80% color) and good size (2-58” to 3”). Self-fertile, 550 to 650 hours of winter chilling required.

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We sell our products to retail nurseries, garden centers, container growers who sell to landscape contractors and retail nurseries, mail order nurseries, and anyone else who qualifies. We do not accept direct sales to consumers.