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‘Sunkissed Peach’ was selected from a cross made by Blane Horton between a rugose dwarf plant with green and rustic-orange striped beefsteaks named ‘Pit Viper’ and an indeterminate wispy chartreuse-leaf plant with pink striped oxhearts named ‘Long Tall Sally’.
The plant is a rugose regular leaf indeterminate dwarf with a sturdy stature reaching to a height of only 3 to 5 feet tall that produces copious amounts of beautiful oblate to heart-shaped fruit. ‘Sunkissed Peach’ was the naming idea of grower Tricia Rosamilia for its peachy bicolor appearance when she discovered it in her F3 grow out of Blane Horton’s ‘Pit Viper’ x ‘Long Tall Sally’ cross. With each subsequent generation, the name seemed more and more fitting as not only were the fruits a peachy color, but the flavors were balancing out into a brightly sweet and fruity delight.