Growing Zones 3 to 9
Page Number 30
Planting Season Spring
Plant Depth .25
Fertilizer Type 4-6-8
Light Requirements Full Sun
Fragrant n
Edible Parts Fruit
Foliage Color Green
Fruit Color Light yellow
Germination 7 to 21
Maturity 75
Spacing 2 ft
Determinate|Indeterminate Indeterminate
Hybrid / Open Pollinated: Open Pollinated
Genus Solanum
Species lycopersicum
Subspecies Garden Peach
Common Name Garden Peach Tomato

Garden Peach Tomato

#00276
  • 30 seeds
  • $3.95
(75 Days. This unique heirloom looks very much like a small peach - it even has slightly fuzzy skin! Small, 2 oz., light-yellow fruits have a delicate, distinctive flavor that's light, clean and a little bit fruit-like. A prolific producer of juicy fruits that have excellent keeping quality. Introduced to American gardens in 1862. Intermediate resistance to Late Blight. Indeterminate


Growing Zone: 3 to 9

Light Requirements: Full Sun

Own Root

State Restrictions

HI

Growing Zones 3 to 9
Page Number 30
Planting Season Spring
Plant Depth .25
Fertilizer Type 4-6-8
Light Requirements Full Sun
Fragrant n
Edible Parts Fruit
Foliage Color Green
Fruit Color Light yellow
Germination 7 to 21
Maturity 75
Spacing 2 ft
Determinate|Indeterminate Indeterminate
Hybrid / Open Pollinated: Open Pollinated
Genus Solanum
Species lycopersicum
Subspecies Garden Peach
Common Name Garden Peach Tomato

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Garden peach
Jan 11, 2024  |  By Carole Williams
This is a fuzzy tomato with the most perfect color yellow with a sweet flavor. Does not provide the yields. The plant is limited and spindly. Not worth my hard work in the garden.

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Hard to grow, but tastes great
Feb 1, 2024  |  By Louise Morgan
I first encountered this type of tomato in a restaurant salad, and wanted to grow my own. As another reviewer has pointed out, the plants aren't easy to start, being an heirloom, but they're no harder than growing habaneros from scratch. You just have to grow extra plants knowing some won't make it (or will be deer dinner). The plants that do survive are prolific, and they have a unique, mild taste that balances out red tomatoes in a mixed salad. I buy from this supplier just to get this particular variety of tomato.

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