Polar Light

Maturity Date:May 11 to May 26
Chilling Hours:250
Sold Out Of State:Available Upon Request
Container Type:Bare Root

Maturing in the last two weeks of May, the Polar Light white nectarine holds firm on the tree 8-10 days after maturity. This clingstone fruit features firm, white flesh with smooth, crack-resistant skin, sweet, low-acid flavor and a full red blush. The self-fertile Polar Light tree is a heavy and regular bearer of very large fruit (up to 3-1/4”) and features a low winter chilling requirement of approximately 250 hours. (U.S. Plant Patent No. 16858)

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