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Peaches are trees and its edible fruits.
Peaches may also refer to:
- Peaches, the stage name of seven different women who have appeared as half of the vocal duo Peaches & Herb, most notably Linda Greene
- Peaches (murder victim) (died 1997), unidentified murder victim from New York
- Peaches (musician) (born 1966), Merrill Nisker, a Canadian electronic musician
- Peaches Browning (1910–1956), actress whose marriage at age 16 to a 51-year-old real estate mogul created a sensation in 1926
- Lori Fullington (born 1967), a former female American professional wrestling manager who wrestled as "Peaches"
- Peaches Geldof (1989–2014), daughter of Bob Geldof and Paula Yates
- Tso-ay, an Apache scout known as Peaches
- Peaches, a character in Sam Hurt's comic strip Eyebeam and its spinoff, Queen of the Universe
- Peaches, a fictional character in the direct-to-DVD video Futurama: Bender's Game (2008)
- Peaches, a baby woolly mammoth in computer animated family film Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009)
- Peaches, a character in the film Ken Park (2002)
- Peaches, a fictional character on the television series Rocko's Modern Life
- Peaches, one of Weebl's cartoons
Film and television
- Peaches (film), a 2004 movie starring Emma Lung
- The Peaches (1963), a 1963 short film directed by Michael Gill
- "Peaches", an episode of the 2012 television series The River
- Peaches (group), Australian all-female band in the 1970s who had a hit with the cover of "Substitute"
- Peaches (Swedish duo), Swedish child duo
- "Peaches" (The Presidents of the United States of America song), 1996
- "Peaches" (The Stranglers song), 1977
- "Peaches", by Nat King Cole from 10th Anniversary Album
- "Peaches", by the Darts, 1980
- "Peaches", by In the Valley Below, from the 2014 album The Belt
- Rockford Peaches, a former women's professional baseball team in Rockford, Illinois, US from 1943 through 1954
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