Many people prefer white-flesh peaches over yellow-flesh. If you’re one of those (even if you’re not), you can enjoy this large, white-flesh nectarine. Its flavor is sweet and mild, like that of a peach, and there’s no fuzz. And the flesh easily pops off its freestone pit. The tree is quite vigorous and productive. It’s also winter hardy and moderately resistant to bacterial leaf spot. Fruit ripens in late July in Zone 5.