Cultivation of peaches began in china as early as 2000 BC. A chinese bride was referred to as a peach, due to the seeming likeness between a peach and female genitalia. The winds of trade brought peaches to greece and persia, where they were instantly accepted. The juicy fruit was also a big hit with the romans, who cultivated it throughout the empire. From italy, peaches made the leap across the atlantic, where early settlers planted them throughout the east coast. Soon they were so plentiful, local botanists though of them as native fruits.
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