Slightly fuzzy, tomato-pink skin
Round fruits grow to 6 ounces
Refreshing sweet flavor and low acidity
Indeterminate – Fruit ripens throughout the season
80 days from transplant
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. Round six ounce fruits with slightly fuzzy ??tomato pink?? skin. Refreshing sweet flavor and low acidity. Indeterminate, 80 days from transplant.