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NECTARINE surecrop 5 gal.

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The Surecrop Nectarine is a cousin of the peach. It looks and tastes similar to the peach, but has smooth skin, rather than fuzzy. The fruit is firm and separates from the core with ease. Eat fresh off of the tree from mid to late summer for a juicy, refreshing treat.
Easy to Grow
You don't have to have to have a green thumb to successfully grow Surecrop Nectarines. In fact, it's considered the perfect "starter" tree for fruit growing. Plant in well-drained soil and full sunlight to get a large bounty of 3" nectarines every summer.
Spring, Summer and Fall Interest Great for a small space, a showy hedge, or as an accent tree, the Surecrop reaches 12-15 feet in mature height and 12-15 feet wide. Each spring it comes alive with bright green foliage and profuse pink flowers that attract hummingbirds. The beautiful flowers stay on the tree until mid-summer, when the tree begins to bare fruit. Then in the fall, the foliage transitions to yellow for perfect autumn color.
More Information
Common Name Surecrop Nectarine
Botanical Name Prunus persica var. nucipersica 'Surecrop'
Light Full sun
Growth Size 15-20' tall x 15-20' wide
Zone Zone 6 / Hardy to 0ºF