P. ansu (Maxim.) Komar.
Armeniaca ansu (Maxim.) Kostina
Leaves broad-ovate or orbicular-ovate, about 3 in. long, slightly less wide, broadly rounded to almost truncate at the base. Flowers usually twinned, very shortly stalked. Stone of fruit slightly roughened. A cultivated race of the more oceanic parts of E. Asia. In this country it is subject to brown rot and not very free-flowering.In 1934, an Award of Merit was given to an apricot shown by Collingwood Ingram as
, the name under which the plant was received from an Italian nursery. However, he later pointed out that it really agreed better with
. The flowers are of a bright rose, double (
., Vol. 71, p. 36).