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roselotte753  
Is there a quiet way to eat a #nectarine? #noisyfruit


Meissner785  
The #nectarine was as babyish as a wok.


kramp859  
White nectarines are good right now #nectarine


Güntherrose3  
Currently obsessing over these jo malone sanitizers from jaden’s bdayyyy they match my perfume hahah #nectarine


felilenzen4  
#5AM #Nectarine. C' ya on the flip.


Beatrixstang4  
#8PM #Nectarine. You are... a chick magnet.

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merklemutschler7  ·  3y ago

Would anyone like a #nectarine?

oda569  ·  3y ago

The #nectarine was as babyish as a wok.

stemmlerMiddendorf6  ·  3y ago

I could write a sonnet to the #nectarine. Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? #FavouriteFruit

seidlSarah5  ·  4y

#8PM #Nectarine. You are... a chick magnet.

baierweinberg9  ·  4y ago

##timegentlemen!!the materialiSm cloud ? dry #nectarine scotch whisky with broken bitter gourd pale lager #baggamanz ??✌️LOLl


The peach (Prunus persica) is a deciduous tree first domesticated and cultivated in Zhejiang province of Eastern China. It bears edible juicy fruits with various characteristics, most called peaches and others (the glossy-skinned, non-fuzzy varieties), nectarines. The specific name persica refers to its widespread cultivation in Persia (modern-day Iran), from where it was transplanted to Europe. It belongs to the genus Prunus, which includes the cherry, apricot, almond, and plum, in the rose family. The peach is classified with the almond in the subgenus Amygdalus, distinguished from the other subgenera by the corrugated seed shell (endocarp). Due to their close relatedness, the kernel of a peach stone tastes remarkably similar to almond, and peach stones are often used to make a cheap version of marzipan, known as persipan.Peaches and nectarines are the same species, though they are regarded commercially as different fruits. The skin of nectarines lacks the fuzz (fruit-skin trichomes) that peach skin has; a mutation in a single gene (MYB25) is thought to be responsible for the difference between the two.In 2018, China produced 62% of the world total of peaches and nectarines.