San Diego Fruit Grafting
(Click on title to see photos of the individual fruit) Here we have an old apricot variety from Pt. Loma(could be Blenheim, Royal,.. who knows), with Mid Pride Peach, of which both were grafted onto an apricot seedling, back in the early 1990's and grafted on together by the late 1990's, MidPride Peach being grafted in 1995, the apricot a few years later. Both are excellent eating varieties for quality flavor and most years are very productive, two blocks from the ocean here in Pt.
(Click on title for more info) Nice medium flavor, meaty, low fibrosity, medium to large fruit - 5 to 6 inches long, usually less than a pound, about 12oz, no disease problems, beautiful fruit, yellow-peachy skin with occasional rouge/pink blush, and some innocuous darker specks, yellow-peachy colored flesh, good productivity.
Peach and Apricot on the same plant/'tree', by grafting. I do this, I did this. Mid Pride Peach on right, probably Royal/Blenheim apricot on left(scion from old tree in old Pt. Loma property in the La Playa neighborhood).