These fruits are the resulting hybrids from stone-fruit breeding.
The Drupe, or stone-fruit; of which the cherry, plum, and peach (Fig. 375) are familiar examples.
Farewell, thou horn tree, that bearest nothing but stone-fruit!
The inferior ovary becomes a stone-fruit that looks like a berry.
Weevil, injury done to stone-fruit by, in North America, ii.
The drupe or stone-fruit, which consists of a hard stone surrounded by a fleshy covering, as the plum and the cherry.
Consorted with any stone-fruit it should impart these qualities in some degree to the resulting tree.