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First Peach Tomato!

Posted by heirloomjunkie 5a (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 7, 11 at 15:11

I got seeds labeled 'Wapsipinicon Peach" from a seed show this past winter and didn't really expect them to do much. But they sprouted and that plant is now the tallest I have and the first to produce. They're are tons of toms on it too. I got my first little yellow tomato today that smells, feels, and looks just like a peach. Super cool. And it tastes great! Does anybody know what other names they go by?

Kim


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RE: First Peach Tomato!

According to Seed Savers Exchange, it's aka White Peach and Yellow Peach.

Tatiana's only lists Wapsipinicon Peach:
http://t.tatianastomatobase.com:88/wiki/Wapsipinicon_Peach
and the same was true for other tomato databases I checked.

Other "peachy" types include Garden Peach, Red Garden Peach, Red Peach, Long Season Peach, Elberta Peach, Peach Blow Sutton, and plain Peach.


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