The Garden Peach tomato was first introduced to gardens back in the 1800s. The tomato's name is derived from it's similar resemblance to a peach. The vines are hearty and put forth beautiful yellow colored tomatoes with blushes of pink when ripe. The fruit ranges from 2 to 4 ozs and has a superb flavor. Split resistant.
- QTY: 25
- Seed Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2"
- Germination Temperature: 70-85
- Days to Germination: 6-9
- Row Spacing: 60"
- Plant Spacing: 18-36"
- 100' Row Yield: 75 lb
- Sun: Full
- Harvest time: 80 days
How to Save Seeds
Tomatoes are self pollinating, so separate by 50ft is sufficient. Harvest tomatoes when ripe and you can even let them set for a week or so before saving seeds. Once you are ready to harvest simply cut in half scoop out seeds and pulp into a mason jar of water for fermenting. Then seal jar with a lid and place in and warm place out of direct sunlight. After 5 to 7 days of fermenting pour out seeds floating on top of the water along with mold and then pour rest of the good seeds, on the bottom, over a fine mess strainer to catch them. Dry well in fine mesh or paper towels but turn often so they don't stick to paper.