Nectarines are very closely related to peaches but lack the characteristic fuzz on the skin. The June Princess nectarine has red fruit with less yellow than many other nectarines.
It has sweet yellow flesh and a freestone pit, separating easily from the flesh. The flowers are pink and showy and bloom in early spring. The fruit ripens in June and July, has excellent “hang time” and can stay on the tree ripe for weeks. The tree is vigorous and resists diseases. Nectarine trees are self-fertile and do not need a pollinator.