This is a popular variety of nectarine bred in New Zealand. It is red and yellow in appearance with white flesh. Fruit matures in late February - March and is in abundance. Low chill requirement so suitable for a wide range of climates.
|Common Name||'Goldmine' nectarine|
|Mature Size||5m x 3m|
|Species||Persica nucipersica 1|
|Use as a fruiting specimen tree, singularly or p[planted in multiples depending on space. Fruit is edible. Ideal for eating fresh, preserves, pies or frozen as halved fruit. Can be pruned to stay smallish.|
|Position & Soil|
|Keep watered and fertilised for good fruit supply.|
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