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- Thursday, January 03, 2008
Yumm yumm... an understatement
Reviewed By: Rafael (Vista , California)
You see, I bought this tree a year ago on February with another 4 fruit trees, (plums, & peaches)and I neglected this tree almost completely, by not watering it. Last spring I went out to my backyard and to my amazement, it was the first tree to bloom, and quite a few flowers too, it was the first tree to ripen (the fruit)and oh by the way, I work at a grocery store (produce department) and I have never had such a tasty white nectarine and trust me, I've tried all the different varieties we sell @ my work. Nothing, and I mean nothing you buy at the store, compares to the rich, sweet, tasty flavor of YUMM YUMM!!!
- Friday, December 23, 2011
Reviewed By: Melissa Riolo (rome, n.y.)
i planted this tree on 04/20/2010 along with my peachtree.This Yumm Yumm tree is huge!It was about 3 foot tall when planted,it is now over 11 foot tall.I did nothing to this tree,but used the started pack that came with the tree.I just watered it when it was a little dry,that's it.I only got 1 fruit,amazing in taste.But I was told by the 3rd year,it produce lots of fruit.So far,I believe it will.The tree is healthy,tall,a heavy thick trunk.You can even smell the nectar or sweet smell coming off the leaves.Just a great tree to withstand our winters.5 star,hands down.
- Tuesday, May 08, 2012
Reviewed By: devan (lexington, va)
This is for condition of tree upon reciept spring 2012. The tree was dormant on receipt and on the small side. It has since produced leaves and has done very well for the short amount of time in the ground. Will post another review when fruit comes in the subsequent years as well as disease resistance and pruning issues.
- Thursday, July 21, 2011
Bears Great Tasting Fruit Fast
Reviewed By: John (Emmitsburg, Maryland)
I wouldnít go far as to say this was the best tasting fruit Iíve ever had. But I would say that itís the best tasting nectarine Iíve had. My kids (Ages 1 to 11) all loved it, some when it was firm and tart, others when softer and sweeter. We bought it last year, and this year it bore 37 fruits. They were delicious, but small for nectarines. They became ripe between July 2 and 10 here in central Maryland. It had some bacterial leaf spot, losing 30-40% of its leaves early in the season. That stopped , but maybe because the weather turned from very wet to very dry. On the other hand, it more than made up for this in growth. The tree must have grown a total of 3-4 feet higher and wider this season. The lesson is: treat it well (I fertilized and watered it well this year compared to last year) and it can really grow. It looks great now. Overall, I recommend the tree. It provides a great tasting fruit in the early summer, bears early and grows fast. Iíd give it a 5, but Iím still a little unsure about the size and bacterial spot.