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Arctic Fantasy Nectarine Tree



 
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Arctic Fantasy Nectarine trees is a freestone Nectarine that ripens early August. Arctic Nectarines require approximately 400 chill hours to produce fruit (3 weeks of temperatures at or below 45 degrees F.)

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 15 Write a review »

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Good size June 17, 2019
Reviewer: Kenda lindgren from antimony, UT United States  
I hope they do well!

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June 7, 2019
Reviewer: Ken Mui from Marietta, GA United States  
Nice tree, planted in spring, and we have approx. 10 nectarines on the tree now.

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Good May 13, 2019
Reviewer: Tu Dang from Gonzales, LA United States  
Good tree, looks healthy and well kept. Satisfied with my purchase.

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small and damaged rootball May 8, 2019
Reviewer: jose vega from Brownsville, TX United States  
I ordered a Arctic fantasy and a hood pear tree the pear was ok I requested non pruned and got three branches with decent roots it is now sprouting well.  the nectarine was unpruned and good branch growth but the root ball was small and the larger roots fell off as they had been cut with loppers.  I pruned it back some and planted it right away but now all the blooms appear to be drying off, it got a good shower after planting so it's not lacking water.  The branches are green so I will wait and see how it does and maybe prune it back some more,  
Update 5-8-19, I pruned it back but only the dead wood and added a root grow stimulator and it took off.  Now it's branches are covered with new green growth.  I hope for nectarines next year.  The pear tree I purchased  is also doing fine, no dead or dry branches anywhere..

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Good April 8, 2019
Reviewer: Charles Buckland from Clay city, KY United States  
Great plant, budding nicely.

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