Almonds, Nectarines, Peacherines and Apricots
Peacherines, listed in ripening order.
Apricots, Listed in ripening order.
Pahi ripens after Waipapakauri with good texture & flavour. Reliable cropper in Northland. Self-fertile. Our wood came from an old tree in Paparoa, but it had previously been collected by Mr. Cliff from a paddock on an original settler’s farm near Pahi. Self-fertile.
Large fruit, disease and pest resistant, ripe from Xmas to the 3rd week in January. Crops well in Auckland where it was sourced. At least partially self-fertile – possible a New Castle.
A disease resistant, regular and reliable bearer of strong flavoured nuts. An early and prolific bearer it is self fertile (doesn’t need a pollinator) and is a pollinator for other almonds. It flowers early and long and is worth growing for the flowers alone! Almonds need Mediterranean conditions to crop well. Exposed windy, dry boney soils and dry flowering period. 6-10m. Almonds grow well and fruit true from seed.
Nectarines, listed in ripening order
A goldmine type nectarine with white flesh and very red skin. Freestone with excellent flavour. Ripens just before all our other varieties. From an old family orchard near Matakohe.
A medium sized, mid season, white fleshed nectarine with red over green skin. Dessert quality with a sweet flavour. An outstanding old variety from the Kaipara.
This is a nectarine similar to the black boy peach, dark red skin and flesh, sweet good flavour freestone. From Auckland.
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