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Sun Red Nectarine trees are a semi-freestone nectarine that ripens mid May to early June. Sun Red Nectarines require very low chill hours, only 200-300 hours of cold weather (8-13 days of 45 degrees F. or below). The Sun Red Nectarine tree can bear the first year, when you buy a fruiting size nectarine tree.

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Recommended USDA zones for Sun Red Nectarine Tree:
Zone 5(-10℉ to -5℉ )
Zone 6(-5℉ to 5℉ )
Zone 7(5℉ to 10℉ )
Zone 8(10℉ to 20℉ )
Zone 9(20℉ to 30℉ )

Average Rating: 3 of 5 | Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Sun Red Nectarine February 21, 2015
Reviewer: Stalnaker from Watkinsville, GA United States  
I took pictures of this one's extreme lack of root system. I'll be holding my breath on this one.

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Sun Red Nectarine October 9, 2014
Reviewer: Allen Amos from Wilsonville, IL United States  
Have purchased these from local farm store twice. Both time they turned out to be peaches that came from Oklahoma.

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