[NAFEX] Indian Blood Red peach

Claude Sweet hortventures at cox.net
Sun May 23 23:09:56 EDT 2004


Anton,

It was a freestone as I recall it had a tendency to rot around the stone 
if not sprayed.

Thanks for the web sites.

Claude Sweet


Anton Callaway wrote:

>Was the one you had a cling or a freestone?  Johnson Nursery sells the Indian Blood Cling & Bay Laurel Nursery sells the Indian Blood Free (&  the cling, too) .  Both ripen late & are delicious although somewhat different in flavor.
>
>www.johnsonnursery.com
>
>www.baylaurelnursery.com
>
>Anton 
>Zone 8
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Claude Sweet <hortventures at cox.net>
>Sent: May 23, 2004 4:01 PM
>To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
>Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Indian Blood Red peach
>
>Many years ago I grew a late maturing peach with blood red flesh.  The 
>outside of the fruit was an unattractive dull, dark red and the fruit 
>were on the small size, but its flavor/taste was exceptional.
>
>I grew the peach from seed and according to the person from whom I 
>obtained it, it came true from seed. My experience would tend to support 
>this claim.
>
>Does anyone grow this peach?
>
>Claude Sweet
>San Diego, CA
>
>
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