From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
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|Fruit color||white, yellow|
|Variety type||heirloom, open-pollinated|
- Rob Gee, OH 09 / Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
Year grown: 2018
- light yellow colored tomato, juicy, with thin skin, regular leaf, indet.
- Small, ping pong sized fruit, approximately 1.5" in diameter. Very light yellow fruit with a slight fuzz on its skin. Very sweet with low acidity. Moderate production (heat might be a factor in low production). Regular leafed plant, indeterminate, 85 days.
- Janet, Vancouver, BC. 2008.
Location: Nelson, BC.
- Originated in 1890 by Elbert S. Carman, it was known as White Peach.
- Seed was given to Dennis Schlicht of Central City, Iowa by his student.
- Named after the Wapsipinicon river in Iowa.
- First offered in the Seed Savers 1996 Yearbook by Jeff Nekola of Green Bay, Wisconsin (WI NE J).
Kelly G. Wapsipinicon Peach, ripening on the vine. August 2008.
Klaus-Peter Schurz (GERM SC K). Wapsipinicon Peach, sliced.
Facts about Wapsipinicon Peach
|Fruit color||white + and yellow +|
|Fruit shape||round +|
|Fruit size||small +|
|Fruit type||salad +|
|Growth habit||indet. +|
|Member||GERM SC K + and B.C GI K +|
|Member code||B.C KO T +|
|Seed source||Rob Gee, OH 09 / Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds|
|Variety type||heirloom + and open-pollinated +|
|Vendor||Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds +, Gleckler Seedmen +, Pinetree Seeds +, TomatoFest +, Good Mind Seeds +, Sand Hill Preservation Center +, Totally Tomatoes +, Solana Seeds +, The Sample Seed Shop +, Trade Winds Fruit +, Delectation of Tomatoes +, Heritage Harvest Seed + and Hazzard's Wholesale Seeds +|
|Year grown||2018 +|