Here is the Garden Peach Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato is known for it's peach fuzz on the fruit. In Peru, they are known as the Coconas but don't confuse this with Solanum sessiliflorum Which is also called Coconas. They were Introduced to North America in the mid 1800's. It is a small, bright yellow fruit is the standard globe shape of tomato but with this peach fuzz on it. The fruits are about 2 oz. and around 2.5 inches round. It is a good producer and has an interesting flavor. There is sometimes a red or pink blushing to the fruit when ripe. Open pollinated Indeterminate, 65 days from transplant.
Here is the Garden Peach Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato is known for it's peach fuzz on the fruit. In Peru, they are known as the Coconas but don't confuse this with Solanum sessiliflorum Which is also called Coconas. They were Introduced to North America in the mid 1800's. It is a small, bright yellow fruit is the standard globe shape of tomato but with this peach fuzz on it. The fruits are about 2 oz. and around 2.5 inches round. It is a good producer and has an interesting flavor. There is sometimes a red or pink blushing to the fruit when ripe. Open pollinated Indeterminate, 65 days from transplant.
Here is the Garden Peach Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato is known for it's peach fuzz on the fruit. In Peru, they are known as the Coconas but don't confuse this with Solanum sessiliflorum Which is also called Coconas. They were Introduced to North America in the mid 1800's. It is a small, bright yellow fruit is the standard globe shape of tomato but with this peach fuzz on it. The fruits are about 2 oz. and around 2.5 inches round. It is a good producer and has an interesting flavor. There is sometimes a red or pink blushing to the fruit when ripe. Open pollinated Indeterminate, 65 days from transplant.

Garden Peach Tomato

Solanum lycopersicum

Here is the Garden Peach Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum. This tomato is known for it's peach fuzz on the fruit. In Peru, they are known as the Coconas but don't confuse this with Solanum sessiliflorum Which is also called Coconas. They were Introduced to North America in the mid 1800's. It is a small, bright yellow fruit is the standard globe shape of tomato but with this peach fuzz on it. The fruits are about 2 oz. and around 2.5 inches round. It is a good producer and has an interesting flavor. There is sometimes a red or pink blushing to the fruit when ripe. Open pollinated Indeterminate, 65 days from transplant.

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