Prunus persica (L.) Stokes, Bot. Mat. Med. 3: 100 100 1812. (Syn: Amygdalus laevis D.Dietr.; Amygdalus persica L.; Amygdalus persica var. aganopersica Rchb. ……….; Persica domestica Risso; Persica laevis DC.; Persica nucipersica Borckh.; Persica pendula Siebold; Persica platycarpa Decne.; Persica vulgaris Mill.; Persica vulgaris var. aganopersica Dierb. ………; Prunus daemonifuga H. Lév. & Vaniot; Prunus persica (L.) Batsch (ambiguous synonym); Prunus persica f. aganopersica (Schübl. & G.Martens) Rehder ……………);
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Peach, Adoo आढू (Hindi), Chumbhrei (Manipuri), Pichesu (Kannada), Pishu (oriya);
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Small tree with long-lanceolate serrulate leaves, 6-15 cm long; flowers 1-2 together, pink to red 3-4 cm across; sepals pubescent. fruit tomentose, nearly globose, 4-7 cm, reddish-orange; stone strongly sculptured.
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Favourite table fruit in many parts of world, grown in mainly temperate climate.
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Place : Srinagar, Kashmir
Date  : June 2009
Habitat : Cultivated
Height of tree :  8 ft.


Prunus persica, the peach



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Prunus persica, the peach, the favourite table fruit in many parts of world, grown in mainly temperate climate.
Local name: Aru, shaftalu


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Loc.: Upper Siang district (ca 550msl), Arunachal Pradesh

Where are my Arus


Here are the fruits…


Here is something to compensate
Peaches and Nectarines from California market



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Prunus persica (L.) Batsch from Kashmir:    Prunus persica (L.) Batsch
Peach

Commonly cultivated fruit in Kashmir.



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Wild Flower for ID (15/10/2011-NSJ-01): Photographed at Peling – West Sikkim on road side.
Shrub around 1m tall
Habitat wild

Time Apr 09
Flower size 2 cm


These look like Cherry blossoms to me.


My photograph of Cherry Blossems.


This is Prunus persica of Rosaceae. This is its flowering time in Eastern Himalaya



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Tree For ID : Sattal,Uttarakhand : 200813 : AK-2 : Attachments (2). 1 post by 1 author.
Picture taken on 23/3/13 at Sattal, Uttarakhand.
A small tree with pink flowers seen at a distance.

Some Prunus species?


Could these be flowers of Purnus persica, Peach?


Prunus persica (L.) Batch (Rosaceae). Common Peach.



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Possibly Rosaceae of Indonesia : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1).

My friend would like to know the name of the following plant. Thank you.


peach


Prunus persica– the Peach.


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The Common Peach from Sattal.

Validated by …


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Prunus persica (L.) Batsch.
Common name: Peach
Small tree with long-lanceolate serrulate leaves, 6-15 cm long; flowers 1-2 together, pink to red 3-4 cm across; sepals pubescent. fruit tomentose, nearly globose, 4-7 cm, reddish-orange; stone strongly sculptured.

Photographed from Delhi and from California



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Garden Plant For ID : Srinagar : 09JUN16 : AK-10 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)

A cultivated garden plant with a single long stalk and a pink flower seen in Srinagar.

Kindly help in id.


Flowering peach, double

Prunus persica ‘Helen Borcher’ 


This is new for me. Many thanks for the id.



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Triyuginarayan and Guptkashi (Garhwal Himalayas) on 15.3.08; The flowers are produced in early spring before the leaves as per the link. Peach(prunus persica) flowering – indiantreepix | Google Groups Flower for ID – indiantreepix | Google Groups Peach Tree – indiantreepix | Google Groups

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Rosaceae week : Prunus persica(peach) from Kashmir-031011: Sending a photo of  Prunus persica (peach)

Place : Srinagar, Kashmir
Date  : June 2009
Habitat : Cultivated
Height of tree :  8 ft.

Common name: Peach

Small tree with long-lanceolate serrulate leaves, 6-15 cm long; flowers 1-2 together, pink to red 3-4 cm across; sepals pubescent. fruit tomentose, nearly globose, 4-7 cm, reddish-orange; stone strongly sculptured.Photographed from Delhi and from California


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Before … gets carried away with his guessing – this is a Peach tree [Prunus persica].



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Is this Peach fruit flower ? – ID15032018SH1 : 9 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Flower for id pl.
Location – Near Gangtey (Bhutan)
Date – March. 2018

Thanks, … Looks different from images at

Prunus cerasoides  ???

It looks so much like Prunus persica -Peach Blossom……Couldn’t differentiate.


How to differentiate bet. Prunus cerasoides and Prunus persica ?



I also agree with Prunus persica as per images herein.


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Fwd: PRUNUS PERSICA ( ARU/PEACH ) : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1)

Attaching a collage of Prunus persica (Aru/ Peach)



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DV :: 31 JUL 12 – 0815 :: ¿ Juglans regia ? along NH58 near Tangani:  31 JUL 12
NH58near Tangani, about 4500 ft

Habitat: along NH58 near Tangani
Habit: small tree, most probably planted


This has simple leaves (Juglans compound), is I hope Prunus persica, the peach


Yes Sir I also think it is Prunus persica. It is a very common fruit in our area.


Prunus persica (L.) Batsch
Many thanks to … for the ID in my earlier post.

(planted) along NH 58 near Tangani on July 31, 2012


Yes it is Prunus persica


 

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SK1683 30 Dec 2018 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)- 1 mb each.

Location: Namobuddha, Kabhrepalanchowk, Nepal 
Date: 1 March 2013
Altitude: 1600 m.
Habit : Cultivated
Prunus persica (L.) Batsch ??

To me looks different from images at


Pl. check Prunus domestica L. & your post as Prunus domestica L.
To me appears close.

On further scrutiny, I feel it is Prunus persica (L.) Stokes (Cultivated) only.



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Prunus persica AT/JAN2019/08:  5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1) – 1 Mb.

Prunus persica
Solan
March 2015



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Fruits & Vegetables Week: Prunus domestica, the plums: Prunus domestica, the plums, a popular fruit of temperate climate

Local name: Alu bukhara


Thanks for sharing the photo of Plum. We get the fruits
during rainy season. Is it the same which we call “Alu bukhra” in
Hindi?


The word Alu Bukhara does not seem to be from hindi It may be Urdu.


Yes you are right, but there is a lot similar in two languages so are the common names. Many like me speak Hindi in Urdu style, others speak Urdu in Hindi style.


Sir, I have seen all your beautiful posts on Prunus domestica. This one appears to be a case of mixing of photographs. Pubescent fruit skin, short stalk and leaf shape points towards Prunus persica.



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Rosaceae Fortnight Rosaceae plant for ID-PC-15-12.09.2015 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments(2)

please identify the plant here. It is from Uttarakhanda.


Please check peach (some variety) and Xylosma longifolium.


It is not Xylosma as per images and details herein.

I think this will be Prunus persica (L.) Stokes as per comparative images at Prunus



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Prunus persica (L.) Batsch : 5 posts by 1 author. 5 images- 6 to 7 mb each.

Location:  Gyaneswor, Kathmandu
Date:  04 March 2020
Elevation:  1300 m.
Habit : Cultivated

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Prunus persica ‘Saturn’

Prunus persica ‘Saturn’ from California-GS21012021-3
3 images.
Prunus persica
‘Saturn’ commonly known as Doughnut peach or saturn peach has flat white fleshed fruit.
Photographed from Brentwood, California 26-5-2014.



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