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WAPSIPINICON PEACH TOMATO

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Indeterminate. A two bite tomato with an unbelievably delicious nectar-like, juicy flavor. Your taste buds will surely melt and thank you when you put this tomato in your mouth. Named for a river in northeastern Iowa this tomato produces a plentiful supply of light yellow fruits with tinges of pink with a touch of fuzzy peach like skin. We definitely knew this was keeper when our friend Nadine, a Pinetree employee, who isn't too fond of tomatoes really liked and enjoyed this variety. 25 seeds.

PLANTING:

Indoors- 6 weeks before last frost, 1/4” deep with soil temperatures 75 degrees. Liquid fertilize seedlings every 7-10 days. Transplant out 24-36” apart after last frost when soil is 55-60 degrees and night temperatures are over 45 degrees.

Harvest- When fruit is red (or color of the variety planted) and firm.

Tips- Plant in fertile soil, amended with compost, mulch and provide even moisture. Plant deeper than they were growing in the containers as it makes a stronger roots system. Apply a light compost tea every few weeks. Do not apply excessive nitrogen, which can promote excessive foliage and poor fruit set.

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NK
01/24/2018
Nan K.
United States

Delightful Tomato!

Wapsipinicon is called the peach tomato for a reason: its skin is slightly fuzzy and often shaded pink, and it is remarkably sweet - a tomato that actually tastes like a fruit. After several years of growing it, I've concluded that it's best eaten out of hand, in the garden - the fruits are not very large, making this manageable. It doesn't freeze or cook very satisfactorily, but it's delicious in salads.

NK
01/24/2018
Nan K.
United States

Delightful Tomato!

Wapsipinicon is called the peach tomato for a reason: its skin is slightly fuzzy and often shaded pink, and it is remarkably sweet - a tomato that actually tastes like a fruit. After several years of growing it, I've concluded that it's best eaten out of hand, in the garden - the fruits are not very large, making this manageable. It doesn't freeze or cook very satisfactorily, but it's delicious in salads.

M
12/22/2016
Maggie

Fun and Tasty

Wonderful tomato. Any of you who've been veggie gardening for awhile know that saying you devote space to a variety and plant it every year is about the best compliment one can give. Highly recommend.

TM
08/26/2016
Tracey Mathyas

At last a tasty yellow tomato!

After many disappointing attempts at growing yellow tomatoes, I have finally found one that is truly flavorful. I don't know why I hesitated to try Wapsipinicon Peach in the past, but they will be the only yellow tomato I grow from now on. A very prolific yield and delicious.

D
02/14/2016
dre

Delicious!

This is one of my favorite tomatoes to grow. Super delicious. Eat it off the vine like fruit. No pun intended. Very easy to grow. Withstood our hot, humid, rain-free southern Missouri summer with no problems.

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