Flat Peach

The flat peach comes from a mutation of the peach tree, originating in China from where it began to spread to Spain. It is grown mainly in temperate regions and has similar soil and crop requirements as peach and nectarine. This fruit only produces in the Iberian peninsula, more specifically in Murcia and Aragon



Flat peaches have a shape very similar to the peach with which they share their velvety skin and its colour. Its shape is flatter, being a smaller fruit. Its flavour is sweeter than the peach.

Varieties: There are different varieties: white pulp with or without greenish or reddish veins, yellow pulp, totally or partially detached from the seed.

Seasonality: From the end of May until the end of September we will find them fresh in our markets.