Prunus armeniaca (Apricot)


Origin: Apricots are believed to have originated in China, from where they spread to other parts of Asia and later to Europe.

Appearance: Apricots have a smooth, velvety skin with a golden-orange color and a sweet, juicy flesh.

Family: They belong to the Rosaceae family, along with cherries, plums, and almonds.

Growing Conditions: Apricots thrive in regions with hot, dry summers and cold winters. They require well-drained soil and full sun exposure.

Culinary Use: Apricots are delicious eaten fresh, dried, or cooked. They are used in desserts, jams, sauces, and savory dishes, adding a delicate sweetness.

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