The ‘Tri-Lite’ peach-plum hybrid is one of the most beautiful members of the (extended) peach family.
It is also quite a delicious fruit, really combining the best of both parents. It looks externally and perhaps tastes most like a peach, but the strikingly white flesh has a texture that leans slightly in the plum direction, and the pleasant aftertaste is very plummy. We were able to eat a bumper harvest of these, though the latter part of the crop coincided with the apparent loss of good bee fodder and so we lost some of the crop.
The bees were also kind enough to share some of their Arctic Jay nectarines and Arctic Supreme peaches with us.
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