Peach blossoms have five petals, some are pink and some are white. The white ones are as pink as white paper; the pink ones are just on the edges of the white petals, a little light pink on the branches, and a little deeper, as deep as the roots of the petals.

It has twenty or thirty stamens, a slender body, a round head, and a frail appearance. There is also a pistil, which is taller than the stamens. It is dressed in green and has an enlarged head.