As close as you can get to eating a peach while still eating a tomato! This heirloom produces loads of 2-3 oz fruits with a signature sweet, fruity flavor and unique velvety skin. Light yellow fruits are born on indeterminate plants and produce up until the first frost. If picked slightly under-ripe, fruits will store for weeks on end! Peach-type tomatoes date back at least 1890, during which Burpee described them as “delicate” and “melting in your mouth like a grape.”
Days to Maturity: 75
Latin name: Solanum lycopersicum
Life cycle: Annual
Start indoors mid-March through early May.
Optimal soil temperature for germination is 75-85°.
Seed depth: 1/8”. Plant spacing: deter. 12-18”, indeter. 24-36”.
Harden off before planting in ground.
Plant in full sun after danger of frost has passed.
Indeterminate varieties will require trellising.
All of our seed is Non-GMO and Certified Organic by Washington State Department of Agriculture. We grow the majority of our varieties here at Deep Harvest Farm on Whidbey Island while we purchase the rest from other small, organic Northwest seed growers. Finally, all of our offerings are open-pollinated (OP) so that you too can save and share seed from these plants!