Nectarines.

 

 ALBERT VICTOR  Very handsome, juicy, and of good flavor. Medium. [Goodmans1914]  Large; fruit of good quality.  Medium.  (Railton approx 1880) Whereabouts unknown.

 

ANSENNE  The parent of Goldmine; of largest size, very highly colored, tender, melting, most delicious flavor; tree extremely hardy, and a regular cropper.  [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown.

 

AUGUST RED  (Listed on NSW Agriculture data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

BONZA  <GBRS>

 

BUCKLE  <Bathurst>

 

CARDINEL  Medium sized, bright color, of distinct and exquisite flavor; bears abundantly, of compact growth.  Ripens ten days before Early Rivers.  <Bathurst>  [Goodmans1914]

 

CAVALIER  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst>  <GBRS>

 

CHEROKEE  <<Ausbuds>>  <GBRS>  <Bathurst>

 

COWRA  <Bathurst>

 

DELICIOUS  <<Ausbuds>>  <GBRS>

 

DIXIE RED <<Ausbuds>>

 

EARLIBLAZE  <<Ausbuds>>

 

EARLY DIAMOND (Listed on NSW Agriculture data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

EARLY NECT. FORBES <Bathurst>

 

EARLY SUNGRAND INFEL  (As listed in the national accession list instead of Early Sungrand)  <Bathurst> <GBRS>

 

EARLY RIVERS   Very large, handsome fruit, tender, juicy first-class flavor; regular and heavy bearer.  Very early.  [Goodmans1914] <Ausbuds>  {VT}

 

EARLY SUN GRAND  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst>  <GBRS>

 

FAIRLANE  <Ausbuds> <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

FANTASIA  <Ausbuds> <Bathurst>

 

FIREBRITE  {VT} <Ausbuds> <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

FLAMEKIST  <Ausbuds> <Bathurst>

 

FLAVORTOP  <Ausbuds> <Bathurst> FLAVOURTOP  {VT}

 

FLEMINGS IMPROVED <Bathurst>

 

FLEMINGS TOP RED  <Bathurst>

 

FREEDOM  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst>

 

GOLDMINE   A new variety, lately introduced from New Zealand, very large, cream color, tender, juicy, very sweet.  Ripens in Febuary. Regular bearer of heavy crops.  [Goodmans1914] <Ausbuds> {VT}

 

GULF PRIDE  (Listed on the NSW Ag. data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

HARDIRED  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst>

 

HARKO  <<Ausbuds>>  <GBRS>

 

HUNTS TAWNY  Orange and deep red, excellent flavor.  Early. [Goodmans1914]   The hardiest of all the Nectarines; medium-sized fruit.  Early.  (Railton approx 1880) Whereabouts unknown.

 

INDEPENDENCE  <Ausbuds> {VT} <Bathurst>

 

IRREWARRA  Above medium, good color, nice flavor.  Very early. [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown.

 

KEYSTONE  (As listed in the national accession list instead of Maygrand)

 

KSE-15  <Ausbuds> <GBRS>

 

LATE LE GRAND  <Ausbuds> <Bathurst>

 

LEES SEEDLING   A magnificent nectarine raised by Mr Lees of Beenak, from a peach stone 20 years ago, still bears fine fruit of beautiful color and flavor.  [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown.

 

LE GRAND  <Bathurst>

 

LORD NAPIER  Large handsome, melting, rich; best of early kinds. [Goodmans1914]  Medium sized fruit; first class quality.  Early.  (Railton approx 1880) Whereabouts unknown.

 

LNE (SEEDLING) <Bathurst>

 

MASTERPIECE  {VT}

 

MAYFAIR  (Listed on NSW Ag. data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

MAYRED  (Listed on NSW Ag. data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

MERICREST  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst>

 

MOONGRAND  (Listed on NSW Ag. data base but doesn't say where it is held).

 

MORTON <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst>

 

MRS. DR. CHRISHOLM  Very early and good variety.  Ripens in December. [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown.

 

NECT. H  <Bathurst>

 

NECTARED 1  <GBRS> <Bathurst> NECTARED 2  <Bathurst> NECTA RED 2  {VT} NECTARED 3  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst> NECTARED 4  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst> NECTARED 6  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst> NECTARED 7 <Bathurst> NECTARED 9 <Bathurst>

 

NEW BOY  Largest size, very handsome, covered with brilliant crimson; flesh white, juicy, sugary, of exquisite flavor; very hardy, fine cropper.  One of the best.  [Goodmans1914]

 

NEW YORKER  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst>

 

POCOHONTAS  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst>

 

RED CHIEF  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst>

 

RED DIAMOND (Listed on NSW Ag. data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

RED GOLD  <Ausbuds> <Bathurst>

 

RED JUNE  (Listed on NSW Ag. data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

SCARLET RED (Listed on NSW Ag. data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

SIMALOO MASTERPIECE (Listed on NSW Ag. data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

SNOW QUEEN  (Listed on NSW Ag. data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

SPRINGRED (Listed on NSW Ag. data base but doesn't say where it is held)

 

STARKES DELICIOUS  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst> STARKE DELICIOUS

 

STARKE EARLIBLAZE <Bathurst>

 

STARKE REDGOLD <Bathurst>

 

SHORELAND TAWNY  First class variety.  Medium.  [Goodmans1914] A large hardy variety, of good quality.  Mediuim.  (Railton approx 1880)

 

STANWICK  Large, nicely flavored.  Late.  [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown.

 

SUNBLAZE (9-15N) <Ausbuds> <Alstonville>

 

SUNBOB (8-13N) <Alstonville>

 

SUNDOWNER  (Fla 6-3) <Ausbuds> SUNDOWNER (6-3N) <GBRS> <Bathurst> <Alstonville>

 

SUNFRE <Alstonville>

 

SUNGEM  (7-4N) <<Ausbuds>> <GBRS>

 

SUNGLO <Bathurst>

 

SUNGOLD  {VT}

 

SUNHOME  (9-13)  <<Ausbuds>>  <GBRS>  <Bathurst>

 

SUNLITE <GBRS> <Bathurst>

 

SUNRICH  <<Ausbuds>>  <GBRS>

 

SUNRIPE (7E62N) <GBRS> <Bathurst> <Alstonville>

 

SUNSNOW <Alstonville>

 

SUNWRIGHT 81-17N <Alstonville>

 

VICTORIA RIVERS  Very large fruit, first-class quality; heavy cropper. [Goodmans1914]   The tree is a great bearer; fruit large, and of first class quality.  Late.  (Railton approx 1880)  Whereabouts unknown.

 

WHITE SLIPSTONE  large, slight red tinge next to sun, juicy, fine. Early.  [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown.

 

WILSONS CALIFORNIA  <<Ausbuds>>  <Bathurst>  <Loxton>

 

 

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