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Prunus persica nucipersica
A nectarine is simply a fuzzless peach. Sweet and juicy, nectarines do not store for long periods of time, but they are especially flavorful and tasty when harvested right outside your back door. Choose a dwarf cultivar or prune trees regularly to maintain small trees for easy harvest.
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how to grow Nectarine
Nectarine trees bear in two to three years after planting. Fruits ripen in midsummer to midautumn, depending on the cultivar and zone. Pick them when all green coloration is gone. Ripe fruits easily come off the tree with a slight upward twist, but handle them gently because they bruise easily. Store ripe fruit in the refrigerator for a few days.