Introduced in 1897 as “Sutton’s Peachblow” by Sutton and Sons Seed Growers and Merchants of Reading, England. Named after a style of Victorian era glassware known for its peach skin appearance. First offered in the Seed Savers 1997 Yearbook by Craig LeHoullier of Raleigh, North Carolina, who obtained the seeds from the USDA, Geneva in 1996. Indeterminate, regular leaf plant produces lots of 6 oz., slightly fuzzy, ‘tomato pink’ fruits with Refreshing sweet flavor and low acidity.
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