Nectarine Tree: Lord Napier - Tree

£26.99 each

  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
  • Will flower well in full sun
  • Varieties that, in our selector's opinion, have exceptional flavour
  • Hardy Perennial - sow indoors or on a seedbed (April-June); transplant later to flower for many seasons
  • Attracts Bees

Nectarine Lord Napier is a very early nectarine and also very large, it is suited for the sunny parts of the UK. The skin of Lord Napier is a very dark crimson colour in full sun.

Whilst most English nectarine varieties tend to have yellow-flesh, Lord Napier has beautiful white flesh. It is also a ‘freestone’ type of nectarine, this means that the flesh does not cling to the stone so is very easy to remove the stone if you are using the variety for cooking.

The variety is best grown on or next to a south-facing wall if possible, or in a very sunny area of you garden/orchard.

Lord Napier trees are one of the earliest and also largest fruiting nectarines, they have been grown very successfully in the UK since the early 1860’s!

When in the full sun the nectarines skin has a wonderful, dark crimson colour. Inside the delicious juicy, white flesh has a melt-in-the-mouth texture. You can fully appreciate that is looks lovely and tastes even better than it looks!

Rootstock: Prunus Myrobalan

Flowering Group:  Self-Fertile

Years until fruiting from planting: 2-4

Age of tree at despatch: 2

Height at full growth: 4m/13ft

Most of our trees are delivered as bare rooted specimens with approximate height of: 3.5ft - 5ft / 105cm - 140cm depending on the variety.

In order to ensure a good pollination pick fruit trees from within the same or from adjacent flowering groups.

The vast majority of the trees we ship have been pruned and will appear trimmed.

See Full Description +
Catalogue Number 1070-5637
  • Quantity 1 bare root tree
  • Height Fully Grown: 4m/13ft
Out of stock

If you would like us to email you when this product comes back into stock, please login or register first