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Lubera stops plant deliveries to the UK
Due to Brexit, we are not able to deliver to the UK. We are working on a solution on how we can continue to bring a wide range of Lubera plants to the UK and directly to our customers' homes in the future. However, such a solution will not be available before 2022 or 2023.

Nectarine trees


Nectarine trees inspire with their juicy fruits, which are named after the sweet juice, the nectar.

Aromatic Nectarine Fusalode

Standard variety among the white-fleshed nectarines

Instead of: £30.40 * From £27.40 *

Columnar Nectarine Fruttini® Alicecol®

A columnar nectarine for the smallest gardens

Instead of: £35.40 * £31.90 *

Donut Nectarine - White Flaterine

Flat, yellow-fleshed fruit

Instead of: £35.40 * From £31.90 *

Donut Nectarine - Yellow Flaterine

Flat, yellow-fleshed fruit

Instead of: £35.40 * From £31.90 *

Fruttoni® Rubis®

A yellow-fleshed mini nectarine

Instead of: £30.40 * From £27.40 *

Nectarine Early Sungrand (yellow flesh)

Yellow-fleshed, aromatic nectarine

From £19.90 *


More useful information about Nectarine trees

If you want to harvest nectarines in your own garden and have a sunny location, you should buy a Lubera® nectarine tree. Here in the Lubera® garden shop you will find many varieties of nectarine trees that have an aromatic solution for every desire. You will find the aromatic nectarine ' Fusalode ', which is white-fleshed and has a bright red colour. As yellow-fleshed nectarine trees you can order the 'Yellow Flaterine ', a donut nectarine. We can also recommend White Flaterine ', which is ripe as early as July. Yellow-fleshed and round is the Early Sungrand nectarine tree, which is also vigorous, self-fertile and robust against leaf curl .

How to plant nectarine trees

Nectarines need a place in the sun, but it should have even temperatures. Whether a nectarine tree is hardy or not depends mainly on its location. This should be mild and protected. However, a south-facing wall should be avoided because there the bud will sprout early and then be at risk of frost. But it is no problem at all to plant the nectarine tree in our region if the location is not quite so cold.

Nectarine trees from Lubera® promise beautiful fruits that are particularly juicy. It is therefore worth planting a nectarine tree.

NektarinenbäumeHow to prune nectarine trees

In order to achieve a rich nectarine harvest, you must subject the nectarine tree to a spring pruning in the first year. For this purpose, 3 - 5 strong branches of the one-year-old tree are cut back to about 15 cm. Short branches under 50 cm are completely removed. The trunk and main shoot are cut back to 100 to 110 cm. In the second year, only light thinning is necessary. This leaves upright shoots and removes horizontal shoots. The planting period for a Lubera® nectarine is possible all year round.

The nectarine should be tied to a pole so that it can grow straight. If you want to plant several nectarine trees, the distance between the trees should be 150 to 250 cm wide. It is not for nothing that nectarines contain the word “nectar”, but independent cultivation gives the name even more power, since the fruits from your own garden are much juicier and sweeter than you are used to. We have the right choice for every taste in our assortment, whether a yellow-fleshed donut nectarine, also known as saucer or Saturn nectarines, or a white-fleshed aromatic nectarine, you will find it at Lubera®.

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