Honey May

Maturity Date:May 5 to May 20
Chilling Hours:200
Sold Out Of State:Available Upon Request
Container Type:Both

As the name suggests, Honey May is one of the earliest yellow nectarines, ripening in the first half of May and holding firm on the tree longer than most early varieties. Honey May offers a firm, juicy texture and a rich flavor. This self-fertile clingstone consistently produces heavy crops with 90% bright red color. Honey May nectarine has a low winter chilling requirement of approximately 200 hours. (U.S. Plant Patent No. 19363)

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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.