When is a peach not a peach? When you’re growing Garden Peach tomatoes (Solanum sessiliflorum), of course. What’s a Garden Peach tomato? The following article contains Garden Peach tomato facts such as info on how to grow a Garden Peach tomato and all about Garden Peach tomato care. What is a Garden Peach Tomato? These little beauties really do look much like a peach right down to the downy fuzz. They produce small fruit with the aforementioned yellow peach-like fuzz often tinged oh so lightly with the barest blush of pink. They have a fresh, slightly fruity flavor that’s sure to please the adventurous tomato grower. Garden Peach Tomato Facts Native to the tropical Amazon region, Garden Peach tomatoes, also known as cocona fruit, were domesticated in the South American mountains and subsequently introduced to the United States in 1862. Garden Peach tomatoes are indeterminate; this means that they produce fruit over an extended period of time which is good for tomato lovers. Not only are they rather adorable additions to the tomato garden, but they’re also highly split resistant and prolific bearers.
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