||very large peach with yellow skin blushed with red and little fuzz; yellow flesh with good flavor and aroma; freestone from Connecticut. Midseaon to late harvest.
||A variant of the Loring peavch started in 1981. Firm yellow flesh. Ripens 10 to 14 days before Loring. The tree is vigorous and productive with good resistance to bacterial leaf spot.
||Also known as Kim Elberta. Medium round fruit with dull red streaks over greenish yellow skin. Yellow fruit is firm, fine grained and very good flavor. Small pit. Good fresh or canned. Developed by Luther Burbank. Freestone from California. Midseason harvest.