Mini Nectar Babe Nectarine Tree
Mini Nectar Babe Nectarine Tree

Mini Nectar Babe Nectarine Tree


Sweet, Right-Sized Mini Nectar Babe Nectarine Tree Mid-Season 400 Hours Chilling Requirement Freestone Tiny Tree is Easy to Grow Great Size for Modern Lots Yellow-Fleshed Nectarine Full-Sized Juicy Fruit Rich, Sweet Flavor Self-Pollinating, Ad

More Information

Shipping area is determined by individual merchant.

  • Returns per individual merchant terms.
  • Order yours before 2.30pm for same day dispatch
Safe Checkout

Affiliate Notice

Sweet, Right-Sized Mini Nectar Babe Nectarine TreeMid-Season
400 Hours Chilling Requirement
Tiny Tree is Easy to Grow
Great Size for Modern Lots
Yellow-Fleshed Nectarine
Full-Sized Juicy Fruit
Rich, Sweet Flavor
Self-Pollinating, Add Another Dwarf Peach or Nectarine for Larger Yields
Smooth, Red Skin
Lovely, Fragrant Pink Flowers in Spring
Cold Hardy and Heat Tolerant
Easy to Harvest, Cover and Net
Requires Very Little Pruning
Can Be Grown in Large Containers
Nature Hills is so excited to offer these amazing natural dwarfed fruiting trees! Part of a series of natural dwarfs, the Mini Nectar Babe Nectarine (Prunus persica nucipersica ‘Nectar Babe’) grows full-sized fruit even in the smallest properties.
The red-skinned fruit is smooth and the yellow flesh has a lusciously rich flavor. Go ahead,pick your fresh breakfast from a patio tree, just steps from your door.
Although Mini Nectar Babe is a small tree, you’ll still have plenty of fruit for a mid-season harvest. Add another tiny variety, like Honey Babe Peach, for even larger yields.
They’ll look so cute growing as a pair. You’ll be thrilled with the showy display of fragrant, pale pink flowers in springtime.
Why not spark conversation by planting one on either side of your front door? Use as hard-working sentries at the opening to an outdoor kitchen or dining room. You and your guests can track their development from flower to fruit.
Invite them back to help you with the harvest! Pick and eat them fresh from your tree. Use a few to flavor homemade nectarine ice cream during a memorable evening with “foodie” friends.
Cook with them. Add to salads, smoothies and sauces for pork and chicken for a bright, bold flavor.The firm flesh holds up in delicious baked tarts, cobblers and pies.
The freestone pulls away quickly and cleanly. In no time, you can prep the fruits for canning or freezing for later use. There is nothing like the satisfying feeling of being prepared.
Order Mini Nectar Babe Nectarine trees from Nature Hills. Please hurry if you see this tree in stock on our site. You will be racing other gardeners from across the country who want to get their hands on these “right-sized” modern fruiting trees.
How to Use Mini Nectar Babe Nectarine Tree in the LandscapeEven in a tiny yard, there are bound to be several spots to use these versatile, bushy trees. Anywhere you have a sun is a great choice!
Use several as an incredible planting in a mulched bed. Plant them where you’ll notice them, perhaps near the patio. Take advantage of their dense canopy as a privacy screen!
If you have the room, add two or more spaced four feet apart in a row as a hedgerow. They’ll grow together and touch. Measure from the trunk of one to the trunk of the next.
Use as a fruiting backdrop to your modern Victory Garden. Create garden “walls” around an outdoor Yoga retreat. Or…simply hide the neighbors garbage cans with a few of these sweet miniature trees.
#ProPlantTips for CareNectarines need a planting site in full sun with at least 6 hours of direct sunlight. Morning sunlight is best, as it quickly dries off the foliage to keep your trees healthy.
Ensure your planting site has well-drained soil. If you see puddles long after a rainfall, bring in additional soil in a mound 12 to 18 inches tall by 3 feet wide. Plant in that mound, or add a nice border and create a raised bed.
Proper air circulation is also important. Give 10 feet of space away from your home or other structure. It’s great to give them a sheltered, frost-free spot, but be sure it’s not sitting in an area that “traps” air.
Provide regular water, especially during the first season in your landscape. It will need a consistent schedule of water during fruit development each year. Water is also really important for containerized trees.
Use drip irrigation to make it easier. It’s also a good idea to apply a thick layer of mulch over the root system. You’ll cut down on surface evaporation and save on water costs.
Provide an all-purpose fertilizer in early spring, or top dress with well-rotted compost. You can apply an Orchard Spray for fruiting trees, as well. Please follow the directions on the label.
While there isn’t an extensive need for pruning, you will want to eliminate crossing branches in late winter. The goal is to increase sunlight and air circulation in the canopy. Decide which branch you’ll keep and remove the other entirely.
Enjoy the fun Mini Nectar Babe Nectarine in your landscape. Don’t be surprised if you and the family start to consider it a “family pet.”It is truly easy to love.
Place your order today!