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Nectarine (Prunus persica nucipersica) comes from a spontaneous mutation of some peach trees. They produce fruit with smooth skin and no longer fluffy. This result is known since the nineteenth century. The brugnons result from the same natural transformation. Nectarines (Prunus persica nucipersica) are distinguished from them by one aspect: their flesh does not adhere to the nucleus.

Apricot tree Hargrand

Vigorous and productive variety, excellent pollinator. Abundant and fragrant flowering during the month of March. Very popular fruit for jams and pastries.

Can withstand all types of soil, frost-resistant flower. Requires little watering. Vigorous and productive variety

apricot Harogem

Very vigorous and with its upright habit, apricot Harogem is a variety that you can easily grow in your garden. Its apricots are characterized by a shape of flattened sphere of orange color and tinted of a beautiful red. They contain a firm flesh both fragrant and sweet that all gourmands will enjoy to taste by crunching toothy.

Alphonse lavallée

its cultivation peaked at the end of the 1970s with 5255 ha, but competition from other more fashionable grape varieties reduced the area to 2800 ha in 19941.

In Europe, it is present in Italy on 1000 ha, in Portugal on 800 ha or in Romania on 300 ha. In America, it is found in the United States for 2700 ha in California, Chile for 3480 ha or Argentina for 900 ha. In Africa, it is present from South Africa (850 ha) in Morocco. (380 ha) In Asia, it is mentioned in Israel (600 ha) and in Turkey

Large, orbicular or wedge-shaped, 5-lobed, petiole-shaped U-shaped leaves with little open or overlapping edges, shallow lateral sinuses, long teeth with convex or rectilinear margins, involuted limb and bubbled.
Large clusters and very large berries, round with often flattened tops.


This variety of group Bigarreau or sweet cherry, produces large sweet fruits with firm and crisp flesh. Rather early, it is productive and is harvested from mid-May, without fear, however, particularly spring frosts. It can be planted in relatively cold areas, even in the mountains up to 800 m. For better production, it can be pollinated by the varieties Napoleon or Reverchon, and can pollinate the variety ‘Coeur de pigeon’. This variety is easy to grow and care for.


Black Cherry

The Itxassou black cherry or Beltxa (Basque) is the name of one of the three main varieties of cherries grown in the Basque Country, Itxassou / Itsasu (Basque) and its surroundings.

These Itxassou cherries are sweet (soft-fleshed) lemons that are early.

The varieties are Peloa maturing late May (dark red Bordeaux), Xapata maturing early June (yellow and pink) and Beltxa maturing mid-June (black)


Muscat d’Alexandrie

Muscat vine from Alexandria or Malaga or Muscat romain, produces large bunches of white grapes (amber) crunchy and sweet with large elongated grains.

The Muscat of Alexandria is rather late (a week after chasselas).
This vine is demanding in heat and requires a very sunny exposure. It is resistant to drought. It should therefore rather in the South of France.

Its grapes keep well, plant easily taking a falling port, sometimes used for dry white wines (Rivesaltes, Banyuls, etc.) mature 1 month after chasselas (towards the end of October).



Ficus carica The vernacular name Figuier, Edible fig or Common fig tree, is a fruit tree of the family Moraceae that gives edible fruits called figs. It is more rarely called Figuier de Carie in reference to the ancient city in Asia Minor or “Tree with caricatures” .

The edible fig tree is the emblem of the Mediterranean basin, where it has been cultivated for millennia. It is the only European representative of the genus Figuier which gathers nearly 600 species, most of them tropical.

The male fig tree, sometimes called “wild fig tree”, which does not produce edible fruit, is also called “Caprifiguier” (caprificus, that is to say “goat’s fig”).



Grenadier or Common Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is a fruit tree of the family Lythraceae, cultivated since the earliest antiquity for its edible fruits (pomegranates) and for the ornamental qualities of its large flowers..