Nectarines are very closely related to peaches, and the appearance of the fruit, the tree characteristics and even the flavor of the nectarine. Many botanists regard the nectarine as a fuzz-less peach, and the fruit grows in two forms, a freestone, meaning that the seed easily separates from the pulp, and a cling-stone, that is used primarily to pickle like pickled peaches. The nectarine trees are grafted onto plum rootstock to make the trees smaller, easier fruit picking and more adaptable for a small city garden.
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Planting a Nectarine Tree
Arctic Fantasy Nectarines have very little red color when they first ripen, but later turn darker shades of red, thus indicating that they are full ripen and ready to be eaten.
The attractive color of the nectarine is brilliant, shiny and the fruit lasts well under refrigeration.
Helpful information pertaining to the planting of your very own Nectarine Fruit Tree.