How to Grow Nectarine Trees

How to Grow Nectarine Trees by Richard Skinner
Hawkins Corner Nursery 813-752-4938
3611 James L. Redman Parkway, Plant City, FL USA 33567

Hawkins Corner Nursery is Owned and Operated by Richard and Martha Sue Skinner. Mr. Skinner is Available for Telephonic Consultation or by Special Appointments to Discuss and Answer Your Questions. Hawkins Corner Nursery is the Largest Dealer in Central Florida of Backyard hybrid Fruit Trees Developed by the University of Florida. There are Around 1,000 Citrus Trees in Every Variety and About 1,500 Other Types of Fruit Trees.

Welcome to Hawkins Corner Nursery, Where You Will Find a Plethora of Edible Landscaping for the Homeowner or Orchard Grower Hobbyist . . . Offering Cold Hearty and Semi-Tropical Florida Fruit Trees; as Well as, Grape, Blackberry, and Raspberry Varieties, and Even Flowering Trees.

Owners Richard and Martha Sue Skinner Began Hawkins Corner Nursery as an Outgrowth of Over a Hundred Years of Farming Enterprise on the Hawkins/Skinner Family Farm Land. In 2011, Florida’s Commissioner of Agriculture, Adam Putnam, Presented the Unique Designation of Century Pioneer Family Farm in Recognition of Their Family’s Maintaining a Continuous Farm for Over 100 Years!

Richard Skinner has Over 30 Years of Experience in Guiding Your Successful Growth of the Many Varieties of Fruit and Flowering Trees Offered at Hawkins Corner Nursery. Richard’s Expertise and Knowledge are Both Impressing and Easy to Understand. While at Hawkins Corner, Be Sure to Listen Close and Maybe Take Some Notes, as Richard’s Instructions Bring Out Your Inner Green Thumb, Despite Any Limitations You May Have.
Hawkins Corner is One of Florida’s First Nursery’s to Embrace the University of Florida’s Hybrid Stone Fruits, Which are the Peaches, Plums and Nectarine Varieties.

At This Authentically Rustic Family Nursery, You Will Also Find Over 30 Florida Specific Varieties of Citrus . . . That is Oranges, Grapefruits, Tangerines, Lemons, Limes, Kumquats, Calamondins, and Many More Specialty Varieties.

Additionally, Hawkins Corner Offers Many Other Edible Landscaping Options Including Oranges, Grapefruits, Tangerines, Lemons, Limes, Kumquats, Calamondins, and Many More Specialty Varieties All Ready to Grow in Your Central Florida Backyard.

Hawkins Corner Nursery is Centrally Located at the Corner of James L. Redman Parkway — State Road 39 and Trapnell Road in Plant City, Florida, Less Than an Hour’s Drive from Tampa, Orlando, Leasburg, Brooksville, St. Petersburg/Clearwater, Sarasota or Sebring!

Hawkins Corner Nursery Does Not Offer Shipping, but You Wouldn’t Want to Miss Experiencing Richard’s Authentic Personality and Growing Advice First Hand. Afterwards, You’ll be Sure to Tell all Your Neighbors!

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16 thoughts on “How to Grow Nectarine Trees

  1. Deana Tribble says:

    Our nectarines turned black and rotted on the tree last year. We thought maybe the weed killer we sprayed was the cause. We pruned it at the end of the.season. this Year it was loaded and has a good start until the fruit started dropping prematurely
    What's left is a repeat of last year black and rotted
    HELP what is the issue.

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