Question: What is a Japanese peach?

Japanese peaches are generally larger, softer and more expensive than Western peaches, and their flesh is usually white rather than yellow. Peaches are commonly eaten raw after being peeled. Japanese peaches are in season during the summer.

What is a Mackinaw peach?

Update: The Mackinaw peach is an heirloom peach generated from seedling peaches. Some seeds came from a fellow seed collector who lives near Madison, Wisconsin but the majority are northern seedling peaches originally from Canada and northern Michigan. People sent us the pits of these seed grown plants.

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