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.
Native to China, Néctarine is a delicate fruit, yellow, white or red. Fruit of predilection of the Sun King,
Nectarine is a peach variety. Contrary to popular belief, it does not come from a cross between peach and plum. It is distinguished from fishing by its smooth and shiny skin. Close to the brugnon, it is to the nucleus that you can differentiate them: that of the brugnon adheres to the pulp while that of the nectarine is easily detached from the flesh. Firm and tasty, its flesh is sweet. Consumers, especially younger generations, seem to prefer nectarine more and more to fishing; maybe because she does not have a down and she can eat herself more crunchy.