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SELF FERTILE Humboldt Nectarine Tree, Height 1.0m-2.0m, RICH FLAVOUR + RELIABLE + LOTS FLOWERS + GOOD CROPPER, FREE UK DELIVERY + 100% WARRANTY  
SELF FERTILE  Humboldt Nectarine Tree, Height 1.0m-2.0m, RICH FLAVOUR + RELIABLE + LOTS FLOWERS + GOOD CROPPER,  FREE UK DELIVERY + 100% WARRANTY
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ALL BARE ROOT TREES ARE AVAILABLE FROM EARLY NOVEMBER TO END OF MARCH ONLY

Trees ordered outside of these times will be delivered around the start of next November, exact date determined by the weather.  

 

Bare Root Humboldt Nectarine Tree

The Humboldt Nectarine tree was raised from a Pineapple Nectarine seedling and has Orange juicy, flesh just like most of the youth of today in our night clubs. We can assure you that we do not fake tan any of our Humbolt Nectarine trees (we have to clarify as we do get asked!)

The Humboldt flowers freely giving your garden an extra visual aspect around Spring time and is considered a reliable cropper for a Nectarine tree.  

If you are an ancient Roman looking for a Nectarine tree then figure out what a phone or computer is and ask us for a Prunus Persica 'Humboldt'. Other normal people just ask for a Humboldt Nectarine, we will know what you mean.

As with most Nectarine trees the Humboldt is self-fertile so there is no need to get another nectarine tree planted close by to use as a pollination partner. In simple terms, you could plant this tree in a maximum security psychiatric confinement room and it would still produce nectarines, provided the staff watered it and not inject it with sedatives.

Under the right conditions the Humboldt is considered a good to heavy cropper. Those conditions being plenty of sun and not too much rain like that summer of 2012.  

Month of Picking: Late-August

Type of Nectarine: Eating

Do I Need To Stake My Bare Root Tree?
9 out of 10 times the answer will be no, especially if under 200cm tall. However our article on Tree Staking should help guide you.  

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